Experience - Edo sarasa cotton dyeing workshop at Some-no-Sato Futaba-en
Edo sarasa cotton dyeing workshop at Some-no-Sato Futaba-en
An extraordinary dyeing experience
Opening Hours Every day except Sundays and Mondays
Fascinated by the colourful patterns on Japanese traditional clothing? Here’s your chance to become an artisan for one-day and dye an authentic Edo sarasa cotton centrepiece. Edo Sarasa, as pecial dyeing technique that can create fine patterns, is distinguished for its exotic patterns, finest lines and delicate use of colours. The dyeing technique is commonly used on Kimonos.
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