■Experience content Japanese traditional culture, calligraphy experience Let's try to write your favorite Kanji which you choose! Japanese calligraphy is a traditional art that lasts over a thousand years. Also, it is a wonderful character art in which the mind appears. Why don’t you concentrate your mind and experience the Japanese calligraphy peacefully? Then you can take home your own original work which you have completed by yourself. ■Steps of Experience Course Step 1, the story of Japanese culture calligraphy Step 2, How to use calligraphy tools Step 3, Host shows demonstration by calligraphy brush usage Step 4, Guests would choose their favorite Kanji prepared from popular Kanji samples. Step 5, Guests start experience treating the calligraphy brush. Step 6, the guest have completed their own original art work at the end. (colored paper 242 × 273 mm) Step 7, To finish, setting on your art work into the display case as a hanging scroll of calligraphy. It is foldable and good for portable. Let’s enjoy appreciating your work and taking a photo while tasting Matcha (Japanese green tea ) and Japanese sweets which we presents you to feel Japanese culture.
Calligraphy and Painting Artist Ryusui Arts Association (founded in 1950) The second-generation president of the artistic organization that lasted more than 65 years. 23 years. of artist history He Inherits Ryusui’s Way of Japanese Calligraphy from Mr. Tanabe Ryusui (dead) who is a master teacher and founder, in addition, has mastered the way of one-stroke drawing from Mrs. Ryuga Tanabe. He works for not only Japanese calligraphy, but also for one-stroke ink drawing and Chinese ink Art.
Japanese green tea and Japanese sweets are available. You can taste Japanese culture.
We prepare the tools of calligraphy for you. We will also prepare the materials for work.
Abeno Citizen Learning Center in Osaka City It takes 5 minutes from Tennoji station or Abeno Harukas in Osaka, and you can experience in Japanese-style lecture room that reproduces Japanese traditional houses.
Please note that wheelchairs are unable to enter the Japanese room. I basically would like you to experience “Seiza” style (formal kneeling position sitting on Tatami ) .