* Capacity: Preregistration up to 4 people
* 1 unit class runs about 1 hour.
* Session is generally carried out in Japanese.
* Workshops can be available from one person or more with reservations having priority.
* Including experience fee, teaching material fees and taxes
As part of the “IseWashi exhibition - Techniques of artisans in Ise area” (January 21-February 26), artisans from the Ise area will introduce a Japanese traditional paper making experience. Participants will form their own sheets using authentic Japanese sugeta (molds / tools), using a traditional sheet forming technique and a special material, which is produced in Taiho washi kogyou.
IseWashi is a type of Japanese paper made in Ise, Mie prefecture, Japan. The paper mill was founded in 1899. The products are mainly provided for o-fuda (talisman) of Ise Grand Shrine. In 1994, the production process were certified as traditional handicrafts of Mie prefecture. Currently, this washi is used not only for the o-fuda of Ise Grand Shrine, but also for inkjet printings for photographers as its quality is pure and clean.
>>>Workshop reservations can be made on our 'Contact page' on this website.