Wanariya

Established with a hope to provide a gateway into Japanese culture, Wanariya is a workshop where anyone can experience weaving and aizome (Japanese indigo dyeing) in a casual setting. Participants can dye handkerchiefs and t-shirts with traditional Japanese dyeing techniques using stencils and wax. The finished pieces can be taken home on the same day! Your very own unique artwork is sure to be a great souvenir of your Japan trip!

Address
1-8-10 Senzoku, Taito, Tokyo
Contact No.
+81-3-5603-9169
Access
10-min walk from Iriya Station on the Hibiya Line, 7-min walk from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line
Opening Hours / Holidays
10:00-19:00 (you can stay until 22:00 with prior reservation)
Closed: Wednesday
Official Website
http://wanariya.jp/index.html
Time Required
30-90 min *Depends on course
Admission fee
1,920 yen
Language
English
Other Information
*Handkerchief Dyeing 1,920 yen, T-Shirt Dyeing 3,600 yen, Coaster Weaving - 2pcs. 1,980 yen *English-speaking staff available *Reservation required

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Friendly and Detailed Instructions

English-speaking staff will carefully explain everything from scratch. The instructors will offer thorough help when it comes to complicated techniques, so you will see a surprisingly pleasant outcome even if you are a novice.

First-Timers Rest Assured!

Katazome (stencil dyeing) is one of the recommendations, as it offers the experience of Aizome in a relatively easy way. The workshop has a selection of over 100 kinds of designs! Choose your preferred stencil, arrange it to your liking and you will see a result that looks like it was made by a professional!

Numerous Attractive Course Options

Handkerchief Dyeing for 1,920 yen/ Duration approx. 20 min; T-Shirt Dyeing 3,600 yen/ Duration approx. 45 min, Katazome - Handkerchief 2,980 yen/ Duration approx. 60 min (prior reservation required)

Wanariya

Established with a hope to provide a gateway into Japanese culture, Wanariya is a workshop where anyone can experience weaving and aizome (Japanese indigo dyeing) in a casual setting. Participants can dye handkerchiefs and t-shirts with traditional Japanese dyeing techniques using stencils and wax. The finished pieces can be taken home on the same day! Your very own unique artwork is sure to be a great souvenir of your Japan trip!

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Friendly and Detailed Instructions

English-speaking staff will carefully explain everything from scratch. The instructors will offer thorough help when it comes to complicated techniques, so you will see a surprisingly pleasant outcome even if you are a novice.

First-Timers Rest Assured!

Katazome (stencil dyeing) is one of the recommendations, as it offers the experience of Aizome in a relatively easy way. The workshop has a selection of over 100 kinds of designs! Choose your preferred stencil, arrange it to your liking and you will see a result that looks like it was made by a professional!

Numerous Attractive Course Options

Handkerchief Dyeing for 1,920 yen/ Duration approx. 20 min; T-Shirt Dyeing 3,600 yen/ Duration approx. 45 min, Katazome - Handkerchief 2,980 yen/ Duration approx. 60 min (prior reservation required)

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