|Holiday||Sundays & public holidays|
● The supervisor of fine yuzen kimono making
Kyo-tegaki-yuzen dyeing is produced by thoroughly fragmented division of labour and involves up to 15 various processes. Tomihiro Senko is mastering all these sophisticated processes to create high-quality order-made products. The atelier is excelling in a special technique which consists of using a paintbrush instead of a writing brush for the deepest penetration of dyes into the fabric. Tomihiro Senko is an experienced supervisor of all the kimono-making processes and provides fine goods for the Imperial household. Familiar with the traditional patterns and designs, the atelier is also known for the production of elegant miscellaneous Japanese-style textile goods.
How about trying your hand at hand-painted yuzen using real Kyo-yuzen dyeing techniques? Recommended for those who wish to have just a short hands-on experience. ※You can't take home your craftwork.
|Holiday||Every 2nd and 3rd Saturday, Sundays & piblic holidays|
● Exquisite delicacy of hand-painted yuzen
You won't want to miss the chance to watch a demonstration of yuzen dyeing and learn more about this craft in the atelier of Sensho Ichikawa, the kimono maker mastering all 20 stages of kimono making process!