KYOTO CRFTSMAN’S TALK

Kyoto craft workshop: “See, listen, feel” of Kyoto’s craftsmanship

Kyoto, the thousand-year capital, used to have various kinds of craftsmen shops standing side by side in the center of Kyoto, where ENSO ANGO’s properties are currently located.
The craftsmanship and its tradition have been inherited throughout generations, although the population of craftsmen declines nowadays.
Please feel the great techniques of the Kyoto craftsmen still exists.

【Schedule of Kyoto Craftsman’s Talk】
1. Make a short speech by a craftsman at TATAMI SALON
2. Move to a shop/studio of the craftsman
3. Tour of a shop/studio, then watch how to make or make for yourself
4. Questions and answers between the guests and craftsman
5. Shopping
 *Schedule may change depending on a subject
 *Hours : about 1 hour

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Fee
・Tatami
 (Hotel Guest : 1000yen   Visitor : 1500yen)

・Japanese Sweets
  (Hotel Guest : 1000yen   Visitor : 1500yen)

・Kyoto Buddhist Rosary
    (Hotel Guest : 1000yen   Visitor : 1500yen)

・Gofun & Japanese Pigment
    (Hotel Guest : 1000yen   Visitor : 1500yen)

・Japanese Tea Stand
    (Hotel Guest : 1000yen   Visitor : 1500yen)

・Tea Ceremony Utensils
     (Hotel Guest / Visitor : 5000yen)
Hour
about 1 hour
Venue
ENSO ANGO FUYA Ⅱ TATAMI SALON and the craftsman’s shop/studio
241-1 Nabeyacho, Takatsuji-agaru, Fuyacho-dori, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto 600-8055 Japan
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Max. no of participants
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Instructor
What to Bring
Application deadline
2days before
Attention
In the case of no show, 100% cancellation fee will be applied.
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