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Visite de l'atelier de tissage traditionnel de Kyoto

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 5 commentaires.京都市, Japon

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Expérience organisée par Tatsumura

90 min
Jusqu'à 10 personnes
Proposée en Anglais, Japonais

Au programme

1. I will show you my workshop with commentary. You can see the real site of the textile workshop.
At first You can appreciate Nishikori art work.
2.Next You can appreciate the textiles restored from the ancient textile.
3.Next You can appreciate the tall loom restored from the ancient loom.
You can sit and take photos at the precious restored tall loom.
4.At the end of the course I will show you the magic show of the textile.
It will take about 60~90 minutes.
There is a English speaking staff.(supporting host)
There is also shopping.

Tatsumura s'engage vis-à-vis de la sécurité

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mer. 15 juil.
10:00 - 11:30
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$8 par personne
mer. 15 juil.
13:30 - 15:00
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$8 par personne
mer. 15 juil.
15:30 - 17:00
$8 par personne
$8 par personne

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Tatsumura

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2018
  • 5 commentaires
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I am working as a Japanese traditional textile artist for 25 years.I grew up in Kyoto surrounded by textiles and hand-made loom since I was a child.I am the 4th generation. I'm holding a workshop on textile culture to inherit traditional Japanese textiles and culture. I would be pleased if you could have fun with everyone through japanese textile. I received a certificate of ”future masters” from Kyoto City in 2018.The supporting host is Minoru. He has worked to convey traditional Japanese textiles and culture for 30 years. His Airbnb account is https://www.airbnb.jp/users/show/236904084
I also have a weaving experience of "Kyoto traditional weaving experience". Please check it out.
I am working as a Japanese traditional textile artist for 25 years.I grew up in Kyoto surrounded by textiles and hand-made loom since I was a child.I am the 4th generation. I'm holding a workshop on textile culture to inherit traditional Japanese textiles and culture. I would be pleased if you could have fun with everyone through japanese textile. I received a certificate of ”future masters” from Kyoto City in 2018.The supporting host is Minoru. He has worked to convey traditional Japanese texti…
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Le lieu

You can see traditional textile and tall loom that Japanese people can not usually see.
The building of the workshop was built by traditional techniques.

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 5 commentaires.

Maiko
février 2020
伝統的な織工房で、織物の話、歴史の話が聴けます。 昔の織物だけでなく、その道具や歴史背景を研究、再現しているので、とても詳しく聴けます。 織体験もできるので、次回は体験してみたいと思いました。
Barbara
février 2020
A very interesting visit to the working craft rooms, seeing traditional designs, painstakingly re-woven on wooden looms. Colour, light and beauty in the gold thread and complex silk patterns. Well worth the visit.
Moose
février 2020
OK, the photos don't do the tour justice. I wasn't expecting much because of them. But as soon as you enter the gallery. There were several exquisite pieces. I was constantly blown away by one piece then another and another. By how they took years to make. That some were made for the Emperor and even the Pope. That I could probably never afford all of them in my lifetime unless I won the lottery. But I felt I won the lottery because I got to see them up close and how they were made. The intricate details, the painstaking research/restoration, and use of color. Definitely once in a lifetime experience
OK, the photos don't do the tour justice. I wasn't expecting much because of them. But as soon as you enter the gallery. There were several exquisite pieces. I was constantly bl…
Mark
février 2020
We saw examples of world-class hand weaving by four generations of a kimono-weaving family
Julius
février 2020
Incredibly interesting workshop and company tour!

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Critères requis pour les voyageurs

10  voyageurs maximum de tout âge peuvent participer.

Plus de conseils

English support staff Minoru will also guide you through the workshop.
・You take off your shoes in most rooms.
・Eating and drinking in the workshop is prohibited.
・There is one restroom for one person.
・There are two stairs

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