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Decorate your paper

You could try make paper and decorate with flowers pluck around vicinity. Lucky for us, there is... read more

Reviewed December 31, 2016
ThyeH3
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GREAT EXPERIENCE

One wouldn't figure making paper would be so fulfilling, I had a ball and the satisfaction to say I... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2018
Warner L
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Pasadena, California
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13 Apr 2018
“GREAT EXPERIENCE”
28 Mar 2017
“a unique experience of Japanese paper making! Worth a trip if you are driving”
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441 Mido, Higashichichibu-mura, Chichibu-gun 355-0375, Saitama Prefecture
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Reviewed April 13, 2018

One wouldn't figure making paper would be so fulfilling, I had a ball and the satisfaction to say I made paper. The folks here were so gracious and made me feel at home. I will stop back when in the area.

Thank Warner L
Reviewed March 28, 2017

It's 10 mins drive from Ainokura Village (towards the east of the village). It's easy to find as we drove (not familiar with taking bus). There are a few handmade craft activities to choose from: Fan Making, Washi paper making, Making of postcards etc.. prices...More

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Reviewed December 31, 2016 via mobile

You could try make paper and decorate with flowers pluck around vicinity. Lucky for us, there is another visitor able to speak some English. Allow a few days in Japan if you want to try the paper making, since they only do local delivery. We...More

2  Thank ThyeH3
Reviewed February 1, 2014

Washi is handmade paper and is typically made from the fibers of one of three types of bushes; gampi, mitsumata, or paper mulberry. Washi is actually amazingly tough, even more so than paper made from normal wood pulp. It's used in a variety of items...More

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