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Kimono (着物を着よう)
As you might already know, kimono (着物, きもの) is a traditional Japanese garment. Most kimonos are colo…
Japanese calligraphy(書道)
Japanese calligraphy (書道 shodō) also called shūji (習字) is a form of calligraphy, or artistic writing,…
Karuta (カルタ)
Karuta are Japanese traditional playing cards. There are various kinds of cards. » about Karuta (Wikipedi…
Kōdō (香道 – Way of Fragrance)
Kōdō (香道, “Way of Fragrance”) is the art of appreciating Japanese incense, and involves usi…
Noh Theater(能舞台)
Noh (能) is a form of classical Japanese theater involving music, dance and drama, originating in the 14t…
Tenugui – Japanese hand towel
A Tenugui (手拭い) is a thin Japanese hand towel made of cotton. As Tenugui is dye with variety of patter…
Edo Kiriko – Japanese traditional glass craft
Edo Kiriko (Edo faceted glass, cut glass) is a Japanese traditional craft, has its origin in Edo Era (mid…
Furin (風鈴 small wind-bell)
Furin is a small wind-bell made of metal, porcelain or glass that hangs and rings in the wind. These wind…
Otome-Bunraku workshop (Girls Bunraku)
Otome Bunraku is Bunraku by the woman for women. Bunraku (文楽) is the traditional puppet theater of Japa…
Ikebana – Kado (華道)
Ikebana (生け花) is a Japanese art of Flower Arrangement. It is also known as Kadō (華道, “way of f…
Sado (茶道) Tea Ceremony
Sado (茶道) Tea Ceremony The Japanese Tea Ceremony, also called the Way of Tea, is a Japanese cultural ac…
Kansai (関西) – Kyoto, Osaka, Nara
For those who are also interested in places other than Tokyo, we have prepared a tour in which you can ex…
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