Yuzen Dyeing (Hand-painted Yuzen)
Experience painting on handkerchiefs and eco-bags using the hand-painted Yuzen technique.
Yuzen dyeing, a dyeing technique used for kimonos, was named after Miyazaki Yuzensai, a fan painter who lived in the Gion area of Kyoto during the Edo period, who put together different techniques used from ancient times. There are two types of yuzen dyeing: hand-painted yuzen, in which patterns are drawn and dyed using brushes and bristles, and kata-yuzen, a 19th Century technique, in which colors are applied using stencils. Using the hand-painted yuzen technique you will be able to color handkerchiefs and eco-bags with patterns drawn by traditional craftsmen.
Price (tax included)
Handkerchiefs, eco-bags 1980 yen per person
(Venue fee included)
Number of Participants
10 – 200 people
Hotel you are staying at
The price does include rental venue fee.
* An experience in the craftsman's workshop is also possible.
[Learning from the Traditional Craftsman]
A qualified craftsman will teach the Hand-painted Yuzen coloring, which will be applied on eco-bags.
Number of Participants: 5 – 30 people
Price: 1760 yen per person
Time: 60 – 90 minutes