Experience Japanese calligraphy in a Japanese-style room in Onna village

“Calligraphy” has various styles such as regular writing, line writing and cursive writing. It was during the Yayoi period that Chinese characters were introduced to Japan from China. With the introduction of Buddhism, Prince Shotoku and Emperor Shomu spread “calligraphy” through the sutras. There are various types of Japanese, including kanji, hiragana, and katakana. At “Sasagiri-an”, we will carefully teach you to experience the world of Japanese and calligraphy more closely. The world of “calligraphy” drawn with a brush and ink is endless. Time to face and unify the spirit in front of Japanese paper. We hope that you can experience the importance of writing letters with all your heart, the depth of writing, and the possibilities of brush letters.
* Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
* Starts: Onna, Japan
* Trip Category: Classes & Workshops >> Art Classes




“Calligraphy” has various styles such as regular writing, line writing and cursive writing. It was during the Yayoi period that Chinese characters were introduced to Japan from China. With the introduction of Buddhism, Prince Shotoku and Emperor Shomu spread “calligraphy” through the sutras. There are various types of Japanese, including kanji, hiragana, and katakana. At “Sasagiri-an”, we will carefully teach you to experience the world of Japanese and calligraphy more closely. The world of “calligraphy” drawn with a brush and ink is endless. Time to face and unify the spirit in front of Japanese paper. We hope that you can experience the importance of writing letters with all your heart, the depth of writing, and the possibilities of brush letters.

Itinerary

① Select a simple kimono and change clothes ② Move to a Japanese-style room for “calligraphy” ③ Check the prepared writing tools ④ Put ink soup in the ink ⑤ Hold the half paper with a paperweight ⑥ Put ink on the brush ⑦ Under the guidance of the calligraphy master Practicing characters ⑧ Practice with your favorite characters (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, English) ⑨ Dry the work written exactly as you imagined ⑩ Decide the characters to write on commemorative colored paper ⑪ Commemorative photo with the calligraphy work ⑫ Simple kimono Change clothes and end the experience