Silk cocoons

The museum houses an impressive collection of up to 5 000 different species and varieties of silk cocoons dating back to 19th-21st centuries.


The museum holds a fascinating entomological collection from the 19th century, including detailed anatomy and every stage of the life cycle of the silkworm.


The museum houses a collection of silk threads and skeins of the 19th and 20th centuries.


The museum features a dye collection from the 19th century, including natural and chemical dyes.


The museum houses textiles of different types and functions from the 19th-21st centuries.

Silkworm egg carrying containers

The museum features a collection of silkworm egg containers from the 19th-20th centuries, including 250 cardboard boxes for transporting eggs.

Photo collection

The museum houses a photo collection dating back to the 19th-20th centuries, including printed photos, as well as glass plate and film negatives.


The museum holds various objects related to mulberry tree, depicting the tree’s development and its diverse usage.