During the 4 days, we prepared for children various events, which can also be enjoyed with family or friends.
You can experience a lot of Japanese cultural activities, such as washi papermaking, kabuto crafting.
*Please understand that due to the weather condition or the situation of infectious diseases, we may have to cancel or change the events.

Folk stories of several districts are told in the local dialects. This event is usually held on the fourth Sunday of even-numbered months (while the first Sunday in December).



In this workshop, we arranged the process of traditional Washi papermaking in an easier way.
You can experience making your own original washi in a post card size by re-using old Shoji (Japanese sliding door) paper in the folk houses of our museum and mixing in decorative materials such as plants.

[The washi we use]
We re-using old Shoji (Japanese sliding door) paper in the folk houses of our museum. Most of it is hosokawashi, which has listed by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, mixed with some other types.
You can feel the texture of long fibers that are typical of washi, which is different from the paper you usually use.
*The color and texture may vary because of the natural materials.
[Measures against infectious diseases]

In this workshop, you can craft a kabuto, which is a helmet worn by a samurai warrior, by folding a large piece of paper (78cm×78cm). It might be a little difficult, but the helmet will look pretty cool.
You can actually wear the helmet, for the paper is large enough. The materials for decoration are included in the kit, so you can use them at home.
*The kit for crafting a kabuto is also for sales at the workshop site and our museum shop.