There are also smaller and more reasonably priced Yuzen hand-painting workshops too (This includes a souvenir).
This plan includes a Yuzen dyeing workshop—which utilize ancient Keichozumi patterns—and a souvenir of your choice—either a pencil case that uses the same material as the famous Gion area Geisha or a Yuzen tumbler that contains hints of gold.
We recommend this plan to anyone who wants to try their hand at dyeing, but feels they won’t need the Fukusa you make.
|Address||Eng: 175-9 Fudocho, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto, 604-8215, Japan Jpn: 京都府京都市中京区不動町１７５−９〒604-8215|
|Directions||7 Minute Walk from Hankyu “Karasuma” Station 10 Minute Walk from Karasuma Subway Line “Shijo” Station|
|Open Hours||11:00 to 17:00|
|Reservations||Available (Phone or Email)|
|Closed||Sundays and Holidays|
Work Shop Tour + Fukusa (Silk) Making｜￥6,000 (Excl. Tax) Work Shop Tour + Small Hand-painted Yuzen Workshop (Souvenir Included)｜￥4,500 (Excl. Tax)
The staff can’t speak English, but the location is convenient and you can experience an authentic Yuzen hand-dyeing workshop.