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Design Your Own Hanko Name Seal(Japanese wood material HANKO)
(Japanese wood material HANKO)craftsman made In this workshop, we will engrave your name on a Japanese wooden stamp. Handmade by craftsmen. Would you like to know how to write your name in Japanese? We can show you several ways to write your name in Japanese and make an original seal as a unique souvenir of your trip. Seals are used in place of signatures on important documents. In Japan, the hanko seal is considered to be a part of one’s identity. After you design your hanko seal, we will engrave your name. Your original seal will be ready anytime in the afternoon of the experience!
Silver Accessory Handcraft Workshop in Kanagawa
Create your original silver rings or silver earrings* under the expert instruction of an experienced Italian-Japanese accessory designer at her studio in the beautiful coastal town of Oiso. While you are there, don’t forget to check out the stunning collection of stained glass the studio boasts. *If you prefer making ear clips instead of earrings, the request can be accommodated at extra cost.
Design Your Own Hanko Name Seal（Simple and minimal plan）
Add a unique, personal touch to your trip to Japan with a Hanko writing experience, where you can create your own custom name seal. In Japan, a Hanko seal is considered to be representative of your identity, and during this experience, you'll learn about the importance and history of Hanko writing, before learning how to write your name in Japanese. Afterward, you’ll get to choose your own Hanko style, font, and materials, and receive an engraved seal to take home as a souvenir.
Homemade Sushi and Supermarket Tour in Kamakura
Yoko & Reiko, we both have experience of study abroad and also love cooking and learning foreign culture. Yoko owned a restaurant in Tokyo before settling down here. Reiko is a food journalist and knows a lot about food. We would like to share pleasure of Japanese home-style cooking we learned from mom and grand mother with you. Kamakura is surrounded by ocean and hills and Yoko's house which is our studio has good access to both them. In comfortable atmosphere of Japanese household, we would like to share great time with you!
Private Cooking Class with a Local Akemi in Her Home
Enjoy a private and authentic cooking class in a local home with host Akemi, a passionate cook and Jazz singer. This is a perfect experience for anyone looking to connect with local culture over food. Your cooking class will take place in a local home kitchen where Akemi will teach you how to make 2-3 traditional Japanese dishes from her family recipes. After cooking, you will enjoy your meal together in your host's beautiful home. • Private cooking lesson in a local Chigasaki home • Introduction to Japanese culture and cuisine • 100% private activity • Experience Japanese hospitality in a Chigasaki neighborhood • Vegetarian and vegan options available
Price varies by group size
Price varies by group size
Enjoy Japanese Food Cooking and Tea Ceremony Experience in Kimono
If you’re a foodie who appreciates organic ingredients and healthy cooking—this is a great choice. You’ll visit the seaside town of Chigasaki for an organic cooking lesson. Typical menu items include miso soup, tofu, and sushi rolls. You’ll be able to travel light as all ingredients are provided for the cooking lesson, as well as delicious lunch of your creations. After lunch, you’ll be part of a Japanese cultural experience—a tea ceremony. Kimono rental is included, so you’ll have plenty of great photo opportunities too.
Japanese Cooking Class and Wine Pairing with Yasue in Kanagawa
Enjoy a personalized evening of good food and wine with an experienced cook and sommelier in her own home. Your hostess will teach you to prepare a number of delicious Japanese dishes, which you’ll then eat together afterwards, alongside perfectly matched wines. More than a good meal out, you’ll get to see how Tokyo residents live and learn from a local.
Craft Your Own HANKO Name Seal Activity in Kamakura Japan
A craftsman will engrave a craft HANKO stamp. We use the highest grade of high-grade wood, high-grade horn, and high-grade stone for our HANKO stamps. You can make your own craft HANKO stamp. Want to know how to write your name in Japanese? Here are some ways to write your name in Japanese and make an original seal to commemorate your trip. Seals are used instead of signatures for important documents. In Japan, hanko is considered part of identity. We will design a stamp and engrave your name on it. The original seal can be completed anytime in the afternoon of the experience!
Cook Takoyaki at Local Home
You will know how to make Takoyaki(Osaka Style). And you will have Miso soup, and Green tea. I can tell you some tips for making Takoyaki. Especially you'll get recipe and you will know what you need to buy at grocery store. This class takes place in my kitchen and dinning room so you can feel real Japanese life and you can relax. I would like to let you feel good time in Japan!! i can take you local supermarket after lesson!
Sencha-do the Japanese Tea Ceremony Workshop in Kanagawa
Sencha-do is a tea ceremony that does not use powdered green tea. In sencha-do, tea is carefully brewed by infusing green tea leaves. In this workshop, you will first observe the tea ceremony to understand the atmosphere and its culture. Japanese sweets will also be served, so please enjoy the moment. After observing the ceremony, you can actually use a tea utensil to brew tea. Hope you will be surprised and discover something new about the taste of tea brewed yourself. You can also compare the taste with your friends and family.
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