Experience "the fun of creating and the joy of using"
In the approximately 1200 years of royal court culture, the foundation for Japan's modern culture and industry can be said to have been created in Kyoto. Craftworks still created by the hands of artisans today are one example of this legacy. And the place you can experience that traditional cultural heritage is The Kyoto Artisan Workshop. There is a wide array of craft lesson options, including lacquerware, folding fans, kiri wood boxes, Japanese books, and goshuincho stamp books. Enjoy making your own craft and taking it home with you. Experience the heart and skills of Kyoto first hand.
The artisans are all nice and the atmosphere is always casual and friendly.
The Kyoto Artisan Workshop
No.101 Nishizin industry Hall, 414 Tatemonzen-cho, Imadegawa- sagaru, Horikawa-dori, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
Near Horikawa-imadegawa City Bus Stop
Closing dates : Saturday, Sunday and holidays (Reservations available in advance)
WEBSITE : http://kyotedukuri.jp/