Today, the colorful embroidery style developed in the Kaga region, called Kaga-nui, can be found on kimono and the cloth pieces used in Buddhist altars, but in the feudal era, this intricate sewing style adorned the banners and other decorative hangings. The process incorporating gold and silver leaf into the threads has been carefully preserved through the centuries.
1) Create a beautiful piece of embroidery for a small accessory.
2) Create an elaborate piece of textile art for a shawl or tea ceremonial cloth.
Please reserve a week in advance.
|1) Embroidery||¥2500+(translation +¥2000)||120min||10||6|
|2) Textile art||¥20,000+(translation +¥5000 per day)||10–16h(5h per day)||5||15|
- 3-4-19 Mitsukuchi Shinmachi, Kanazawa
- 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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