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Updated: October 1, 2019
Live and breathe traditional Japan through an array of workshops—both paid and free-of-charge—that will give you an insight into the nation's rich heritage. You may enjoy tea in a chado ceremony, don a kimono, create an ikebana flower arrangement, fold origami paper art and write calligraphy among many other things.
Tea ceremony: 3,500 yen, kimono dressing: 3,500-4,500 yen, ikebana: 5,000 yen, calligraphy: 2,500 yen/1 hour
Free lessons: Trying on a kimono, origami and other traditional handicrafts, traditional games, Japanese language, Japanese etiquette (30-40 minutes per session), etc.
Varies per activity
For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.