This fascinating museum is an absolute must for any child who
loves kites, or any adult who has ever flown a kite. The Kite
Museum exhibits mainly traditional style Japanese kites, 'Edo
Nishiki-E Dako' as well as other kites from around Asia. Kites are
made from bamboo and a Japanese handmade paper called 'washi' which
is surprisingly strong. Featuring over 3,000 kites, this museum is
a must for all kite enthusiasts.
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