「日本の寺子屋」体験講座

Japanese Calligraphy Experience

Japanese calligraphy is known as "Shodo (the way of writing) in Japan.

Early Japanese calligraphy was originated from Chinese calligraphy.

4 basic tools are used in Japanese calligraphy.

Sumi, is an ink stick. 90% of sumi are now made in the Nara Prefecture.

Fude, is a brush. The famous Nara-fude originated in Imai-cho in Kashihara City, Nara.

Washi, is a mulberry paper.

Suzuri, is an ink stone to grind the ink stick against.

Japanese Calligraphy is the ultimate cultural experience!


Teacher Master Calligrapher, Master Wakabayashi
Experience ContentLearn Japanese Calligraphy from the Master in Imai-cho, a cultural heritage town.
Learn how to write your life motto, your yearly goal, or your name in Japanese Calligraphy.
Take home your Japanese Calligraphy as a souvenir.
Duration90 min~
Minimum Number of ParticipantsFrom 1 to 40 people maximum
Age RequirementNone
Location In Imai-cho
Teacher's studio
Transportation Bus pick-up and drop-off available
Remarks Writing Japanese Calligraphy on 1 big washi (paper) as a group is also available.
Nara Prefecture certified tour guides also available for tours in Imai-cho at an additional cost.

Availability and Price Upon Request


Aikido Training Gallery

*Click to enlarge the photo.

Photo courtesy:Society for the Preservation of Imai town streets



Inquiries about this experience

ContactTerakoya of Japan[Contact: Yoshida]
Address1-5-26 Imai-cho , Kashihara city , Nara
TEL0744-48-0805
E-mailyoshida@lukes-japan.com

Guidance of Kashihara City and nearby hotels and B&B's also available.


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