Company Profile

Company name Hiyoshiya Workshop Co., Ltd.
Managing Director Kotaro Nishibori
Capital 10,000,000 yen
Founded late Edo period (established as a limited liability company in October 2003)
Number of employees 7
Products & services Japanese umbrellas, western Japanese-design umbrellas, traditional Japanese lighting products, Japanese lanterns, umbrellas and accessories for outdoor tea ceremonies, umbrella making studio experience
Bank accounts Mizuho Bank, Kyoto Shinkin Bank, Kyoto Chushin Bank
Main customers Urasenke, Omotesenke, Tanko Center Calm, Kyoto State Guest House, Takashimaya Department Store, Mitsukoshi Department Store, Isetan Department Store, Daimaru Department Store, Matsuzakaya Department Store, Matsuya Department Store, Tenmaya Department Store, Kyoto Industry Promotion Center, Japan Dance Utensil Association, Shochiku Costumes, Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City, KOIZUMI, and others
Member of the Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kyoto City Traditional Crafts Association
Address 546 Dodo-cho, Horikawa Teranouchi-higashi-iru, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto (shop, studio and office)
Tel +81-(0)75-441-6644
Fax +81-(0)75-441-6645
Website http://www.wagasa.com/
e-mai info@wagasa.com

Shop & Studio

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Hours of business studio: 10F00-17:00,closed Sat. .; shop and office:10F00-17:00,.

Access

By train :
From Kyoto Station: take bus #9 to the Horikawa Teranouchi bus stop From Imadegawa Station on the Karasuma subway line: a 15-min. walk From Hankyu Shijo Omiya Station: board Kyoto City Bus #9 or #12 from Horikawa and get off at the Horikawa Teranouchi bus stop ; walk north on Karasuma and turn left (west) on Teranouchi (the second light north of Imadegawa); the shop is on the south side of the street, across from Hokyo-ji Temple.

By Kyoto City Bus :
Take #9 from JR Kyoto Station or Nijo Castle. Take #12 from Shijo Kawaramachi

By car :
Exit the Meishin Expressway at the Kyoto Minami Interchange (I.C.) and drive north on Route 1 and then north again on Horikawa Street. Turn right at the second light (Teranouchi Street) north of the intersection of Horikawa and Imadegawa. The shop is on the south side of the street, across from Hokyo-ji Temple. Please enquire about parking.