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Traditional 'Furoshiki' Art Class in Nagoya

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Nagoya, Japan
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icon2 hours  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English
Good for avoiding crowds

Overview

Take home a new skill as well as memories with this traditional Japanese wrapping class in Nagoya. Teaching you the art of furoshiki (wrapping presents in fabric), the class shows you ways to wrap gifts of any shape and size in a classic Japanese style. Shop for fabric near the Fushimi station with a guide, then travel to the Nishiasahi enclave where the class takes place.
  • Furoshiki art lesson in the city of Nagoya
  • Shop for furoshiki fabric with the help of a guide
  • Take a seat for the class in Nishiasahi, Nagoya
  • Learn about the origins of the furoshiki art form
  • Wrap popular gift items such as bottles and books
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What is the maximum group size during Traditional 'Furoshiki' Art Class in Nagoya?
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This activity will have a maximum of 5 travelers.

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Janai was easy to find in the train...
Carol A
, May 2017
Janai was easy to find in the train station. We walked to a department store since it was Golden Week and the usual store was closed. She took us to different vendors to find the cloth we liked and have choices. She was very helpful. We went to a guesthouse to use the table to wrap and tie. It was a fun tour! You can spend a little or lots of money on the cloth. The cafe on the first floor of the guesthouse had a great egg sandwich and drinks.

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