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Ozuwashi Museum, Chuo
(3.7/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went to the paper-making experience! In the phone book, or can go directly, if there is space to experience the day ♫ first see DVD of paper-making, about 15 minutes. Of Japan and English provides bilingual ☺ ︎ then teacher once again, directly explained by the experience! A good description of the teacher is kind and helpful. You could learn about the paper so much fun! The fee is ¥ 500! Best ♡
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  • And enter into the new building at kodenma-Cho station on the metro from the Showa reasonable along last year after seismic isolation work quite many foreigners, Japanese-style atmosphere. The Ozu Japanese paper boasts a history of more than 360 years 1-also engaged in cultural exhibition as a Community Hall in Chuo-ku, the historical Museum, Gallery and Culture Department on the 3rd floor. In the second floor served tea is also free of charge. Just see souvenirs, such as colored paper in no time. The appointment is also on handmade Japanese paper.
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  •  There is a lot of paper materials are tachiyorimashita in the middle of the walk. Striped vest clerk there is historical (or Matsuzaka cotton? ), Put the refusal and streaming video of the English, who was resting in a comfortable chair on the second floor also overflowed with kindness, where foreign students and seems to come from the paper manufacturing process watched together. We had experience of paper on the ground floor, happily did.
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