Making Lampshade using the technique for Japanese traditional umbrellas

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Making Lampshade using the technique for Japanese traditional umbrellas

At the mid-stream basin of the Yoshino River, a bamboo forest has been maintained since old times for flood prevention. The area has therefore been known for its craftmanship of bamboo products such as Japanese umbrellas using the local bamboo. You can experience the exquisite technique to make the top part of a bamboo umbrella by making a lampshade of your own.

Mima city : Waki town

The craftspeople who have inherited the art of traditional Japanese umbrella making will help you to make your own ambrella. You can experience the part of the process to stick the Japanese paper onto the umbrella bones, dry them and decorate with strings.

 

Mima city : Waki town

Designated as an Important Reservation District of Historic Buildings, this street with merchant houses that sell the ingredient for traditional indigo dyeing all over the country still strongly maintains the atmosphere from the old times.

 

Plan Detail
Meeting place Roadside station "Ai Land Udatsu"
Duration  1 October 2017 - 31 March 2018
Excluded dates 29 December 2017 - 4 January 2018
Timing ①10:00~、②14:00~ 1.5 hour
Group size 2~8 people
Minimum no. of participants 2 adults
Price 2,500 yen per person (the same price for a child)
Contact for reservation Sora-no-Sato 0883-76-0713
Application deadline 4 days in advance of the departure date
Cancellation terms In accord with Terms and Conditions (20% fee is charged for a cancellation received by 10 days before departure, 30% by 4 days, 40% by the day before, 50% by departure time, 100% if not showing up without contact)
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Fees included in price Participation fee for lampshade making
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