exhibition Exhibitions
2022 Spring Semester
Exhibition of the Museum Collection
Embroidery – Decoration in Various Costumes II
From Monday, April 11
to Friday, July 29, 2022

With the spread of COVID-19 and the recent restriction on going out, more and more people enjoy “handicrafts” while at home.

Among a multitude of handicrafts, “embroidery” is believed to be the first handicraft that was given life when humans created the first needle and thread thousands of years ago, and this craft has been passed down through the centuries for so long that its origin cannot be traced. 

In this exhibition, visitors will be able to compare the different kinds of embroidery found in different regions and ethnic costumes in Asia and Europe, as well as the difference between embroidery found in ethnic costumes and embroidery used as decoration, even though they share the same embroidery techniques.

Notice for All Visitors:
- Please wear a mask.
- Please sanitize your hands at the entrance.
- Please make sure your temperature is not 37.5 degrees Celsius or higher before you visit.
- Please note that you may be asked to wait to enter the museum when it is crowded.

All visitors will be asked to take off their shoes and wear slippers.
All visitors will be asked to use the stairs when moving to different floors as there is no elevator. We appreciate your understanding.
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