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Traditional 'Furoshiki' Art Class in Nagoya

Traditional 'Furoshiki' Art Class in Nagoya

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  • 2 hours
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$42.91
Price varies by group size
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$42.91
Price varies by group size
Take home a new skill as well as memories with this traditional Japanese wrapping class in Nagoya. Teaching you the art of furoshiki (wrapping presents in fabric), the class shows you ways to wrap gifts of any shape and size in a classic Japanese style. Shop for fabric near the Fushimi station with a guide, then travel to the Nishiasahi enclave where the class takes place.
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* A traveler said: "Janai was easy to find in the train station. We walked to a department store since it was Golden Week and the usual store was closed. She took us to different vendors to find the cloth we liked and have choices. She was very helpful. We went to a guesthouse to use the table to wrap and tie. It was a fun tour! You can spend a little or lots of money on the cloth. The cafe on the first floor of the guesthouse had a great egg sandwich and drinks."


Kimono Photo Shoot Experience in Nagoya

Kimono Photo Shoot Experience in Nagoya

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Taking safety measures
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$63.02
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When visiting Japan, try wearing kimono yourself for excellent photo opportunities during your stay in Nagoya. Experienced staff will help you choose from over 100 styles and dress in your favorite print. This is an excellent chance for friends, family, or couples to get photos that will capture the memory of your trip to Japan for a lifetime.
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Nagoya Yuzen Dyeing & Kimono Dressing in a Traditional Japanese Restaurant

Nagoya Yuzen Dyeing & Kimono Dressing in a Traditional Japanese Restaurant

  • 6 hours
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【OUTLINE】 Immerse yourself in the fascinating Japanese culture through an unforgettable experience. You will learn the traditional Nagoya’s Yuzen dyeing technique used in the decoration of traditional silk kimono. Moreover, you will go to a luxurious traditional Japanese building and get dressed yourself in an authentic kimono supported by our professional staff. 【HIGHLIGHTS】 ・Learn Nagoya Yuzen dyeing, an ancient technique used in the decoration of traditional silk kimono that has over 300 years of history ・Get inspired by the highly colorful designs and get the feel for this Japanese art form ・Wear an authentic Japanese kimono in traditional building ・Our professional staff will support you carefully when you wear a kimono ・As an option, you can have lunch at a traditional building where you can wear a kimono
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