Updated on 2020.12.25
【KYOTO】The Colorful and Bright World of Kaleidoscopes
The Kaleidoscope Museum of Kyoto is home to a number of elaborate works by kaleidoscope artists from Japan and around the world. The exclusive Kibo-no-Tomoshibi (Lights of Hope) Kaleidoscope Exhibition, Vol.2 will be held until Tuesday, January 26, where you can actually pick up and take a peek at about 50 works. There are also rare works such as kaleidoscope projectors that reflect beautiful patterns all over the wall, allowing you to enjoy a whole new world of kaleidoscopes with the ray of hope and excitement in the hearts of those who see it.
● Admission: 500 yen for adults, 300 yen for high school students, 200 yen for elementary and junior high school students, and free for infants
● Directions: 10-minute walk from Karasuma Station on the Hankyu Line.
*Please check the official website in advance for event status information.
English Website: http://k-kaleido.org/e-information/