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Fine Patterned Dyeing and Edo Wind-chime

Genre:
  • Japanese Traditional Art ,
  • Workshop

The Traditional Culture Workshop at the MOSHI MOSHI GALLERY in Harajuku will be held this year as well. A workshop on traditional crafts designated will be held over the course of two days.
Guidance is available in English. We will hand out the manual in English, Chinese and Korean.

*The program contents are subject to change.

Fine Patterned Dyeing

Fine Patterned Dyeing, Tokyo Some-Komon is a dyeing technique that uses a pattern paper to dye designs and patterns on the fabric. This workshop will allow you to dye a luncheon mat using gold paste in one design of your choice from among 12 types of pattern paper featuring floral patterns corresponding with the seasons (one for each month). You will also be able to bring the finished luncheon mat home with you.

Date
Saturday, March 11, 2017
12:00-17:10(Reception close at 16:30)

Time required
About 40 minutes

How to reserve
Please apply from here.

Capacity
40
*When it does not reach capacity, we accept it on the day from 12:00 at the venue.

Participation fee
500 yen

Edo Wind-chime

Edo Furin (An Edo Wind-chime) is made of glass using a method that has remained unchanged since the Edo period, and there are various of drawings. It is characterized by the rough texture along the lip of the chime. This is the source of their distinctive tone. This is a painting workshop. You will be able to paint a drawing you like on the inside of a chime. You will also be able to take the Wind-chime home with you.

Date
Sunday, March 12 2017
12:00-17:00(Reception close at 16:00)

Time required
About 1 hour

How to reserve
Please apply from here.

Capacity
36
*When it does not reach capacity, we accept it on the day from 12:00 at the venue.

Participation fee
500 yen

Contact

Tokyo tradition office, Arts Council Tokyo
TEL:03-5369-4541 (10:00-18:00)
E-mail:info@tokyo-tradition.jp

Venues

MOSHI MOSHI GALLERY, 2F MOSHI MOSHI BOX (Harajuku Information Center)
(3-23-5 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

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Credit

Organized by
Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported & Cooperated by
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Supported by
Tokyo Order-Made Dyeing Association (Fine Patterned Dyeing)