Three days of Japanese culture workshops during the Tanabata Festival in Asagaya.
You can learn how to make various kinds of sushi, how to make accessories for a kimono/yukata, and about traditional tea ceremonies. You can also learn shodo (Japanese calligraphy), and origami peace cranes for Hiroshima Day (August 6th).
You can even try wearing a yukata (Japanese summer robe) with the assistance of a kitsuke professional, someone who is highly skilled at helping you wear your yukata properly (even Japanese often take advantage of this kind of service).
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