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Kyo-Yuzen WorkshopsThe traditional dyeing technique of Kyoto, Japan
Kyo-Yuzen WorkshopsThe traditional dyeing technique of Kyoto, Japan

Enjoy one of our three workshops:
Kyo-Yuzen Dyeing, Furoshiki Wrapping or Chopsticks Making.

Check below for more information on each experience and choose the one you like the most. We can guarantee you will have an amazing time, no matter what experience you choose!

Kyo-Yuzen Dyeing Workshops
Kyo-Yuzen Dyeing
Workshops

Choose from a variety of products to work with, look through all the stencils in our collection and create your own beautiful Kyo-Yuzen piece of art.

  • Introductory course

    Duration approximately 1 to 1.5 hours
    Cost starting at ¥1,400 (including tax)~
  • Genuine course

    Duration approximately 5 to 7 hours
    Cost starting at ¥10,000 (including tax) ~

Furoshiki Wrapping Workshops
Furoshiki Wrapping
Workshops

Furoshiki wrapping is a long standing traditional Japanese craft and is becoming popular again as an eco-friendly way of wrapping, protecting and carrying your personal belongings.

  • 12 ways of Furoshiki wrapping with a small
    Furoshiki souvenir

    Duration approximately 1 hour
    Cost ¥3,240 (including tax)
  • 6 ways of Furoshiki wrapping and dyeing your
    own Furoshiki

    Duration approximately 1 to 1.5 hours
    Cost ¥3,240 (including tax)

Chopsticks Making &
Case Dyeing Workshop
Chopsticks Making &
Case Dyeing Workshop

After making your own chopsticks, you can decorate a case for them to keep them safe.

  • Chopsticks Making &
    Case Dyeing Workshop

    Duration approximately 2 to 3 hours
    Cost ¥3,240 (including tax)

Reservation / Inquiry
Reservation / Inquiry

Reservations are required for all courses and workshops, and can be made for any number of people within our capacity. Reservations within 2 days must be made by telephone. Same-day reservations are also possible.

A traditional Japanese craftsmanA traditional Japanese
craftsman
Yoshio NishimuraYoshio
Nishimura

He has been working in the Kyo-Yuzen dyeing industry since his family started business in 1905. He wanted to share this technique with others and decided to host workshops where people can experience the traditional dyeing technique themselves.

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