Mar 16, 2018

Washi paper making Experience

“Washi” is Japanese traditional paper which is designated an Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Washi paper is tough, long-lasting and it feels really nice.

In this workshop surrounded by nature, we can learn how to make washi papers from scratch and make handmade craftwork.


There is a field where “kouzo”, a material of washi papers, grown wild and a water well which they pump water from to make washi papers.


We can also enjoy walking around and having lunch and moreover listening to “Gagaku”, an ancient ceremonial music, performance.


Please contact us for more details.

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-Shibuya, Shinjuku, Harajuku, Ginza, Akihabara, Asakusa, Odaiba, Tokyo Skytree, Tsukiji Fish Market or Robot restaurant?
Of course those spots are recommended for first time visitors, but for Japan lovers who want to travel deep Japan, or who have already come or twice, we definitely recommend SATOYAMA@TOKYO.
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