Learn about the traditional Japanese event of Setsubun while making friends and trying your hand at origami.
What to expect
Setsubun is a Japanese festival that is meant to drive out bad luck and evil spirits and welcome good fortune in your life. Usually, it involves throwing soybeans and chanting “Out with demons; in with good fortune!”.
If you want to learn more about the traditions associated with Setsubun and also create a masterpiece using origami paper, then join the welcoming environment of the WeLearn Community on February 3.
Feel free to invite your friends and family to join this special occasion.
This event costs $10 (USD) (around ¥1,500) and tickets can be bought online. The price includes free soft drinks, such as tea.
You need to register on the WeLearn website and either opt for a Pay-as-you-go Membership — where you pay $10 (USD) for each offline event and $7 (USD) for online classes — or an Unlimited Membership — where you pay $10 (USD) every month and join as many events as you want in that month.
You can also pay for tickets on the day for ¥1,500 if you use the app PayPay.
For further details and information on how to register, please check out the website.Organizers may cancel events, alter schedules, or change admission requirements without notice. Always check official sites before heading to an event.