♒Learn Trad. Japanese ScarfDyeing

奈良市, Japan

Into enokonwatyelwa yenziwa nguMichiko And Toshiko

Iiyure eziyi-3, Ubuka iindwendwe ngesi-IsiNgesi

Into oza kuyenza

Come and join us to learn the ancient tradition of Japanese Scarf Dyeing. We are experts in the traditional Japanese Dye called "Bengara". Bengara is the name of rust-type color made of red iron-oxide, and this dyes don’t fade, even in prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. Traditionally in Japan, Bengara has been used for many types of materials in as house construction, coloring textiles and wooden handicrafts, etc. In our class, not only you can create your own colors and patterns, also you can select traditional colors from Nara era=around 8C (see the dye color sample chart).
We are excited to have make your own fantastic scarf with us, and you can take it home! During this experience, we will share our own long experience of crafting with you as we guide you through each step amongst an enjoyable atmosphere with smiles.As we take you through each step, we will tell you about the knocks of actions for coloring , wringing, and drying, etc. as if you were in a cooking class!
Although our English is not so fluent, you can ask us anytime when you are not sure as we are always happy to share our advice. We have much experience and love doing this with so many guests from around the world!
Other things to note
Normally your clothes will not get dirty by dye colors.
Can also prepare for you an apron on request.
Total time may become shorter or longer (max approx. 30minutes) depending on total # of guests.
Come and join us to learn the ancient tradition of Japanese Scarf Dyeing. We are experts in the traditional Japanese Dye called "Bengara". Bengara is the name of rust-type color made of red iron-oxide, and this dyes don’t fade, even in prolonged exposure to direct sunlight. Traditionally in Japan, Bengara has been used for many types of materials in as house construction, coloring textiles and wooden handicrafts, etc. In our class, not only yo…

Oko kuqukiweyo

  • Izixhobo
    One scarf or two handkerchieves (you can take it home)

Dibana nombuki zindwendwe wakho, uMichiko And Toshiko

Ungumbuki zindwendwe wakwa-Airbnb ukususela ngo- 2018
  • Izimvo eziyi-35
  • Isazisi siqinisekisiwe
Michiko’s profession is ceramic art and Toshiko’s is remaking products from kimono textile. In 2009, they were having independent craft work corners at some famous hotel of Nara and made friends. Since then these two adventurous ladies’ unique experience planning of classes started! In 2010, they moved to Naramachi, the old historic town of Nara, and opened Handicraft work class “Yuyukobo”. Michiko and Toshiko kept on hitting upon many crafting ideas, which are catchy and well accepted even to visitors from abroad.
Ukuze ukhusele ukubhatala kwakho, ungaze uthumele imali okanye uthethe nabantu ungasebenzisi iwebhsayithi okanye i-app yakwa-Airbnb. Funda okungakumbi
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Malunga nombutho: ウェルネスインバウンド協会



Nara Wellness Tourism (Wellness Inbound Association) is a non-profit organization providing private tourist, families, corporate retreats, etc. with unique and detailed (not touristy) experiences of Nara. https://www.gonarastay.com/ They help Nara-based shrines, temples, ryokans, stores, and individuals, etc. to be recognized globally.

Le yinto onokuyonwabela eyenza umahluko ekuhlaleni ibe i-100% yemali oyibhatalayo iya kwi- ウェルネスインバウンド協会.

Uza kube uphi

The class is situated in "Naramachi", the historic area within the ancient precinct of Gangoji Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Gangoji was the first Buddhist temple in Japan, but most of the buildings were destroyed in a big fire in 1451. After that, people began to build houses in this area and it became a town of merchants.
Why not enjoy even a short promenade and shopping around this historic area after or before the class?

Ifumene 4.94 kweziyi- 5 kwizimvo eziyi- 35.

Gwen
2020 Julayi
We had so much fun dying our own scarves, Michiko and Toshiko were the sweetest ladies! I hope one day we can visit their shop again!
Adri
2020 Matshi
My (9yo) daughter and I really enjoyed our time with Michiko and Toshiko. They were friendly and helpful. The course was interesting and very achievable. It was a great introduction to fabric dying and a wonderful cultural experience working with such knowledgeable crafts people. I would recommend this course to anybody in doing something creative and different. It is good for families too.
Sirena
2020 Matshi
This was such a wonderful experience. Despite the language barrier, communication with Michiko and Toshiko wasn’t a problem! They cared a lot about us learning the dye process and giving us the time to dye at our own pace. We chose a more challenging pattern but Michiko and Toshiko were very patient. Their amazing and upbeat attitude left me in high spirits long after the class was over!
Gemma
2020 Februwari
Michiko and Toshiko were super welcoming and even though we didn’t speak Japanese, they both worked actively to help us out. Not only using a translation app, but having set information already printed in English. We wished we could have attended more classes, it was so much fun. Lots of laughs were shared and it was a wonderful experience. Would recommend it to anyone!
XiaoTong
2019 Novemba
Michiko and Toshiko dont really speak English, but there is no issue for us to connect and share idea, they are very encouraging and accommodating, we are very happy with the scarf that we made. They gave us some tangerines and Nara deer key chain before we left. Highly recommended to everyone.
Lara
2019 Novemba
It was a great first experience of the basic Bengara dyeing technique. We shared some laughs and it was fun working together to create the scarf. Michiko and Toshiko were very friendly and welcoming. It was a great experience connecting with locals from Nara.

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  • Okt 26, Bin
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Okt 27, Tha
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Okt 28, Sin
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Okt 29, Hla
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Nov 1, Mvu
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Nov 2, Bin
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Nov 3, Tha
    14:00 - 17:00
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  • Nov 4, Sin
    14:00 - 17:00
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