Japanese Calligraphy Lessons: Write Your Name in Japanese! A Great Memory for Your Trip
It all starts with learning the basic techniques: maintaining the proper writing posture, how to hold your brush, making ink (sumi) from a solid ink stick, and learning different brush strokes.
After you cover the basics, practice writing "Nihongo/Japanese" 日本語 on Japanese paper (Hanshi).
After your lesson please try to write your name in the fan.
Both adults and children enjoy this program! Of course, first timers are very welcome! Please come and learn how to write your name as your souvenir.
So much fun‼
Contributor : Tommy 2016/05/23
Actually getting to do Japanese Calligraphy was so much fun. I learned many things, and got to write “some-what” beautiful Kanji. Also, getting to do it while wearing a Kimono really made the experience all the more fun.
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