Each region has its own characteristics and patterns with their respective patterns. There are sixteen districts that have their own styles and variations such as Sumenep batik, Pamekasan batik, Sampang batik, Bangkalan batik, Surabaya batik, Sidoarjo batik, Lamongan batik, Tuban batik, Pasuruan batik, Malang batik, Batu batik, Jombang batik, Kediri batik , Pacitan batik, Banyuwangi batik, Jember batik and Tulungagung batik.
If you walk in the city of Surabaya, you can stop at Batik House. There are various legacies that have become Indonesian icons.
The house is located in Kenjeran, Jalan Dukuh Bulak Banteng Timur. No.94, Bulak Banteng, Kota Surabaya, East Java 60127, Indonesia.
Batik house is open every Monday to Friday at 8am – 8pm Saturday to Sunday, this house is open every batik at 8am – 7pm.
Batik House is very much visited by people who like art.
Inside the house, there is a collection of batik-batik from seventeen districts that have their own diversity and style (wow).
Batik house was opened at the initiative of a Batik craftsman from Pamekasan, Madura named Faiqah Ismail. This house is open to residents and tourists from 2004.
Here we can see almost 2,000 pieces of Indonesian batik with various shades. No wonder if Batik Home East Java gets MURI (Indonesian Record Museum).
Evidence in the form of an award that reads batik in the largest city of Surabaya, you can see if you visit a batik home.