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Updated: October 1, 2019
Pick up traditional Japanese skills at HiSUi TOKYO in Ginza, where you can try on a kimono, participate in a sado tea ceremony, write calligraphy, and learn batto: the art of sword drawing. Many visitors eagerly seize the chance to make practice cuts on a straw dummy with a real sword. At the school, you may either opt for a single individual course or combine all four for a complete experience.
Japanese culture experience plan
Choose from the following activities (approximately 30-45 minutes per activity): kimono, tea ceremony, calligraphy, sword-drawing (with the chance to cut down a dummy for practice).
1 activity: 11,000 yen
2 activities: 17,600 yen
3 activities: 19,800 yen
4 activities: 24,200 yen
For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.