Udatsu Paper & Craft Museum

Naadhi

Feb 28, 2017

I've always been interested in washi, and this would be the perfect place to visit to see and touch this traditional art of Japanese papermaking, which is housed in a reconstructed papermaker's house from the Edo-era!

The museum showcases the various tools and materials used to create the washi paper, and also the traditional paper-making process. I would definitely want to go for the Japanese Traditional Papermaking Workshop, where a Japanese washi paper artisan would guide us through the experience of creating our very own washi paper. It would definitely be an unforgettable learning experience!

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