Gujo Indigo Dye Koinobori-no-Kanzara

#Gujo Hachiman
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Gujo Dyehouse, a traditional craft which has been designated as an important intangible cultural property of Gifu. It is a Gujo Hachiman's winter tradition. Carp streamers use a technique called "Kachin dyeing", and the glue is placed on the contour lines that do not color the eyes and scales, and the others are colored with a dye mixed with soybean juice. Kan-zarashi is an open work process washing off glue with cold water.

Basic Information

Gujo Hachiman Interchange5 minutes
Parking lots
Former Hachiman Government Building Memorial Hall (Ordinary cars : 29 lots ) Please use other public parking lots.
Telephone Number

Facility service


Not support

For those with small children

  • Nursing room
  • Diaper changing table
  • kids space

Barrier-free service

  • Wheelchair-accessible toilets
  • Ramp/elevator installed
  • omoiyari parking lot

For those with pets

  • Pets allowed
  • Space for pets available
  • Can be accompanied by a carry-on bag

Services for International Visitors

  • Foreign language menus
    English / Simplified Chinese / Chinese / Korean
  • Foreign language customer service
    ( English /Chinese / Cantonese /Korean )
  • Ingredient details in foreign language
    ( English /Simplified Chinese / Chinese /Korean )

Cashless support

  • Credit card
    ( VISA / MASTER / JCB / AMEX / Diners / Union Pay )
  • Electronic payment

The work is open to the public twice a year, on the day of Daikan and in early February.

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