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Reviews for 书道 in 日本

  • Jane Jane

    Delve into the Essence of Japanese Beauty with Calligraphy

    Delve into the Essence of Japanese Beauty with Calligraphy My husband and I participated in a calligraphy class with Hoyu. It was so much fun. Hoyu picked us up from the train station and walked us via a sweet shop. The classroom was comfortable and all the supplies were great. We had a great time learning from Hoyu.

    After the class, we had a lovely lunch with Hoyu and chat about life in Japan.

    This was such an enriching experience. I want to go back for more!

  • Arum Arum

    Create your own Unique Souvenir: Japanese Calligraphy

    Create your own Unique Souvenir: Japanese Calligraphy Yunagi is really nice. She teach us patiently.

  • Donna Donna

    Experience Japanese Calligraphy in Kyoto

    Experience Japanese Calligraphy in Kyoto My friend and I both had a fantastic time learning Japanese Calligraphy with Kyomi this morning. The class was easy to follow and you get to keep your work at the end! Kyomi was patient and encouraging. We'll definitely recommend this class to others traveling through Kyoto looking to do something similar!

  • Pamela Pamela

    Create your own Unique Souvenir: Japanese Calligraphy

    Create your own Unique Souvenir: Japanese Calligraphy Realising that I was nervous about finding her home Yunagi kindly came to a nearby hotel to collect me.

    I would have liked some explanation about the tools we were using - the ink, the brushes, the paper. And perhaps a little about the history of calligraphy.

    However one lesson is a very short time and whatever the project, it cannot be very complicated if we are to produce something to take home.

    It was an enjoyable activity and Yunagi was very sweet and very patient.

  • Ruben Ruben

    Japanese Calligraphy in Tokyo

    Japanese Calligraphy in Tokyo Waki met me at the Kaminarimon and the class was held in a very cozy bar in Asakusa (not open to the public at the moment). Her ability with the brushes is impressive and I enjoyed watching her writing as much as practising. She is very nice and a gentle teacher. We started with the different types of strokes, which I could practice by writing my name that she had translated to Kanji for me. After a lot of practise she helped me find a message ("do your best") that I wrote on a big cardboard that I have brought back home. I have always been interested in calligraphy, but it was my first attempt at shodo, and I was very happy with the lesson. Waki was great answering all my questions and showing the right way to perform each stroke. I did really enjoy the lesson and I think it is a great introduction to the beautiful world of Japanese calligraphy.