Towel Museum

The Towel Museum is a distinctive blend of towel manufacturing and art in Imabari, the leading towel production area in Japan. The Towel Museum features galleries, eateries, shops, and a sunny European garden filled with seasonal flowers. The Garden Terrace has greenhouses with around 1,000 succulents, along with a barbecue area. Visitors can discover appealing photo opportunities around the Towel Museum, such as the "Itomaki Wall," which showcases 1,800 spools of yarn in approximately 200 varying colors.

Basic Infomation

  • Address
    2930 Ko, Asakurakami, Imabari-shi, Ehime
  • Hours
    9:30 to 18:00 (Gallery tour available until 30 minutes before closing)
  • Closed
    Open during winter
  • Admission
    The Towel Museum is free, except for the gallery
    Adults: 800 yen
    Junior and senior high school students: 600 yen
    Elementary school students: 400 yen
    *Free for children under elementary school age
    *Group discount starting from 15 people
    *Persons with disabilities and senior citizens (65 years or older) can receive a discount upon presenting a certificate or valid ID

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