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Make Japanese folk art with a teacher

Make Japanese folk art with a teacher

17 reviews
Using only natural materials, you will experience all three steps of making temari—embroidered folk art balls. They have historically been made by mothers as a toys, but now temari remains as a traditional craft. You'll learn how to make a ball from scratch, with rice husk, herbs, aromatic oil, and paper. You'll…
Duration
3 hours
Group size
Up to 7 people
Includes
Equipment, Drinks
Hosted in
English

What's included

Drinks
Tea
Equipment
Temari supplies Temari needle set, rice husk, aromatic oils, herbs, paper, tape, naturally dyed threads, mini project bag,…

Your host

Naho

Naho

I started crafting temari and natural dying five years ago. Maybe because I talk passionately, I was asked to teach shortly after. Ever since, I have been hosting workshops in Europe and Japan. I host this experience because I love all the aspects of the workshop. I love making temari with others, getting to know new people from different backgrounds, connecting people, and introducing my neighborhood. I also dream of visiting temarists all over the world when I travel. I hope this will also help preserve this precious tradition.

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Where you'll be

The workshop is in a cozy studio, a one-minute walk from JR Nishi-Ogikubo Station. Nishi-Ogikubo is a village-like neighborhood in West Tokyo, 10 minutes from Shinjyuku. The area is popular among creative people. You can find many unique, small shops, good restaurants and bars, and beautiful Zempukuji Park. You might find more charms of Tokyo here than you expected.

Availability

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Sun, Sep 29    From 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM.
$68 per person
7 of 7 spots left

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Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.

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Guest requirements

Up to 7 guests ages 12 and up can attend.

Government ID

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Naho
art class
Make Japanese folk art with a teacher
17 reviews
From $68/person
17 reviews
From $68/person