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10 Traditional Crafts Experience in Kanazawa
- Kanazawa has developed many unique traditional arts. While you can buy these items as souvenirs, you can also try something different by making your own. There are many places offering traditional art classes and workshops, with most situated indoors so you don’t have to worry about getting wet in this famously rainy city. Here are our recommendations of where to experience extraordinary souvenir making and shopping! 1. Show off your stylish taste through gold leaf application at Kanazawa Katani Kanazawa Katani Kanazawa Katani Kanazawa Katani 2. Draw a picture and make original mini Daruma –Nakajima Menya Nakajima Menya Nakajima Menya Nakajima Menya 3. Dress up in a kimono at Kokoyui to explore the city on foot Kokoyui Kokoyui Kokoyui is a 5-minute walk from Kanazawa Station and is one of many places where you can rent a kimono. Their kimonos are amazing, with a great selection of modern and fashionable kimonos to choose from. Walking around Higashi-chayagai, the old building district, is something that you must do in Kanazawa and exploring in a kimono will only make it even more special! The kimono is not for just ladies, however, and Kokoyu has male kimonos too. Gentlemen can select between a kimono or hakama, another Japanese traditional dress for men. Hakama is a bit easier to walk in compared to a kimono. If you are a couple, why not dress up together and enjoy your extraordinary walking date!URL：https://kokoyui.com/ 4. Do a quick gold leaf application at Imai Kinpaku Kousaka Imai Kinpaku Kousaka Imai Kinpaku Kousaka Imai Kinpaku Kousaka 5. Create your own Kutani ware with stickers at the Kutani Seal Shop Kutani Seal Shop Kutani Seal Shop Kutani Seal Shop 6. Wear a kimono and get a discount on painting Maneki-neko! Maneki-neko Maneki-neko Maneki-neko is a good luck cat statue that is believed to bring happiness. Kutani-Tomoe is a long-established Kutani ware store that’s been doing business since 1909 and gives you the opportunity to paint your own Maneki-neko! It’s the perfect gift if you write a message on it! Elementary school students and people wearing a kimono will receive a discount. It will be an unforgettable memory if you experience Kutani ware painting in a kimono! It’s right underneath Kenroku-en, Kanazawa’s beautiful garden, so be sure to stop by and check out their colorful Kutani ware products. URL：http://shop-kanazawa.jp/shop.php?cald=&calm=&mll=35&shp=146 7. Master a traditional Japanese sweets recipe at the Ishikawa local product center! ※Image Ishikawa local product center! Wagashi, Japanese sweets, are another traditional thing that Kanazawa is famous for. At the Ishikawa local product center, you can get a lesson in making handmade Japanese sweets by their sweet-making master. The instructors come from different stores, depending on what day it is, so you can learn several techniques if you visit on different days. Aside from making three sweets during the lesson, they also let you bring home one sweet made by the instructor who is a professional sweet maker from one of Kanazawa’s most famous stores. You will sigh when you open the box with your sweets, as they look amazingly beautiful!URL：https://kanazawa-kankou.jp/wagashi/ 8. Learn the basic rules of Mizuhiki at Tsuda Mizuhiki Orikata Mizuhiki Tsuda Mizuhiki Orikata Mizuhiki is a delicate Japanese art made by tying special paper cords. There are thousands of ways to tie cords. Tsuda Mizuhiki Orikata is a Mizuhiki specialty shop where you can get accessories and interior items using Mizuhiki. They offer Mizuhiki workshops on weekdays from 10am-5pm. The minimum number of participants is four people, so if you are in a group of four people or more, you should definitely plan to take this workshop! Once you learn how to make it, you can make your own Mizuhiki art at home. For your own accessories or gifts for friends… this will surely be a useful skill!URL：http://mizuhiki.jp/index.html 9. Get your artwork two months after a pottery experience at atelier&gallery creava ※Image At atelier&gallery creava, you can experience making pottery using an electric wheel. Simply explain the design you want to make and the professionals at atelier&gallery creava will support you to make it a reality. After making your piece at the atelier, you then need to leave it there for baking. It takes two months for them to complete the baking process. Then, they’ll send your artwork to you after those two months! Imagine, when you open the box to see your work - what an exciting and surprising gift to yourself! This is a wonderful way to reminisce about your trip, even after you return home.URL：http://creava-kanazawa.jp/ 10. Make your own Kaga Yuzen handkerchief at Kaga Yuzen Kaikan! Kaga Yuzen handkerchief Kaga Yuzen is one of the many traditional arts that you can find in Kanazawa. It’s a dyeing technique and at Kaga Yuzen Kaikan, you can experience this traditional art form! They offer a range of different activities that you can choose from. If you want to design your own handkerchief from scratch, try the Tegaki handwriting course, which is also available on tote bags. If you’re in a group of four or less people, you can just contact them on the day you plan to go. If you are going with five or more people in your group, you need to contact them a week in advance!URL：http://www.kagayuzen.or.jp/ ©NAVITIME JAPAN. Travel Info Check out our travel tips to make your trip better!
Kutani Ware Porcelain Painting Experience
- Kutani ware is a type of porcelain characterized by its intricate designs painted in vivid colors. With no better way to appreciate the artistry than trying it yourself, head to the oldest remaining kutani kiln in Kanazawa for the perfect souvenir to take home. Originating from the Hokuriku region, it’s hard to miss the ever popular eye-catching hues of kutani ware around Kanazawa. While the style of kutani has morphed over the centuries, it was originally founded as kutani-yaki, as it’s known in Japanese, in the early Edo period in the 17th century. What makes the porcelain so distinctive is the colorful designs which tend to stick to a palette of green, blue, red, yellow and purple. The surroundings of Kanazawa area depicted in the designs of landscapes and nature, said to be painted in bright tones as a means of adding color into the dark, cold winters of the region. Kutani Ware Porcelain Painting Experience Kutani Ware Porcelain Painting Experience The Kutani Kosen Kiln is found to the west of the Sai river just a short walk from the Tera-machi Temple district and accessed via the Nomachi bus stop. Built in 1870, the kiln has created countless rich and delicate pieces with the process remaining relatively unchanged for the past 150 years. The center that houses the Kutani Kosen Kiln runs a workshop which includes a tour of the potters studio where you can see the pots formed from clay, as long as your tour coincides with the potters’ working hours, followed by a guided painting experience to create your own colorful kutani-style designs. Kutani Ware Porcelain Painting Experience ©NAVITIME JAPAN. Travel Info Check out our travel tips to make your trip better!
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