Try a variety of hands-on Japanese activities in a beautiful Meiji-era garden and teahouse!
When: Sunday, October 15th and Sunday, November 19th
What: try several hands-on Japanese cultural activities, in whatever order and for as long as you like; there is no set schedule. In October we are offering kimono (men’s, women’s, and children’s sizes available; photography in bamboo garden also possible), shamisen, tea ceremony with your own handmade Japanese sweets, calligraphy and ink painting, and a type of Japanese handicrafts called “tsumami,” introduced to you by a group of friendly teachers with experience sharing Japanese culture overseas. November’s program TBD.
How: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 052-413-8200 for tickets, or use the contact form at the top of the page.
Where: Nakamura Park Memorial Hall, a short subway ride from Nagoya Station (see here for details)
Advance (2 weeks or more):
Adults ￥4000, children 6-12 ￥2500 (children under 6 free)
Adults ￥5000, children ￥3000
Admission includes all materials necessary for the day’s activities, and completed crafts, art, calligraphy, and sweets can be taken home as souvenirs.
We look forward to seeing you there!