What you'll do
Let's experience "SHODOU of SAKE" to calligraphy while drinking sake! In Edo period ,Japan has been the culture of calligraphy for everybody while drinking sake. I wonder if calligraphy has an image of writing courtesy, practice, mind and letters neatly. I think that while talking while drinking, making it letter by expression himself I hope you will experience the fun. And sake is exactly good alcohol for a little getting drunk. People who have done calligraphy also do not like writing letters drinking while drinking If you write it, you may be able to create a new letter shape or an innovative form. Through this experience, I would like you to know the various forms of Japanese calligraphy. * Of course I will also tell you the type of traditional calligraphy
I am Natsuko Kanno. In the influence of calligrapher 's grandfather, I learned calligraphy from the age of 6 and majored in calligraphy at Univ. After graduate I held a classroom in foreign countries and I learned the pleasure to convey the charm of the books to all over the world. I am good at expressing it as “SHODO” beyond the framework of every genre. I'm promoting a culture of SAKE too.
Sake For people who are not good at alcohol, we also have maccha (tea).
sumi ink paper brush
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Where you'll be
Kichijoji is the most livable city in eastern Japan. There are lots of nice cafes and shops.Shinjuku and Roppongi can also be reached by train in 15 to 30 minutes!
Keep these in mind
Any experience can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 6 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
This experience includes alcohol. Only guests who meet the legal drinking age will be served alcoholic beverages.
THE SHODOU of SAKE