Washi Traditional Japanese Paper Making in Saitama

合計時間 : 3 hours

What To Expect

Washi is traditional Japanese paper made with unique tesuki techniques, a manual process of producing paper using fibers of the kozo tree(paper mulberry). Tesuki washi production involves a painstaking process of selecting natural materials and manufacturing, as each sheet of washi paper offers unique character and beauty depending on its material or thickness. Washi is also known for its durability, and high quality washi paper is said to last a thousand years. In this workshop, you can experience the time-honored tesuki washi making techniques and make your own washi paper with step-by-step instructions from a seasoned washi craftsman. Our washi paper exclusively uses natural materials indigenous to Japan, which lends a rustic and warm charm to it. Enjoy the unique experience and bring your handmade washi home as a memento of your trip to Japan.

I'm a self-taught dyed washi paper artist with more than 20 years of experience. From gathering materials to dyeing, I handle the whole process of washi production. I also undertake interior decoration using the washi produced by myself.

Additional Info

・You will be asked to remove your accessories including watches, bracelets, rings and necklaces at the craft studio.
・An apron will be lent to you .You don’t need to bring anything, Just bring yourself.
・All children under 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
・Please make sure to always communicate through wasabijp. In order to protect your payment, never transfer money or communicate outside of the wasabijp website.
・If you feel unwell or are under the influence of alcohol at the time of arrival, you will not be able to join our experience.
・Please make sure to arrive on time. If you arrive late, you may not be able to join us, as the end time cannot be extended to make up for late arrivals.

Cancellation policy

All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.

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