In 2 hours, you can get your own Kanji t-shirt. This activity will provide you 3 kinds of FUN. Fun of Learning, Fun of Making, Fun of Wearing Please look at Kanji t-shirts our guests have made! ↓↓↓↓ https://www.instagram.com/calligra.t 1st Fun is learning about Japanese calligraphy. You will learn about Kanji history and Japanese calligraphy. Also we practice how to make black ink, how to use a brush, how to write basic lines. Next, please choose a specific kanji you want to write, or just tell me the images you want to write, or you can look our kanji list to find a kanji you want to write. Then, practice the kanji you have chosen. Of course, we tell you the tips for writing the kanji, also you can write it referring our sample. 2nd Fun is making your own t-shirt. First, we make a silkscreen to print the ink to a t-shirt. Next, choose the color of t-shirt and the color of ink. Then, print the ink to the t-shirt through the silkscreen. Finally, press the t-shirt with heat by a machine so that the ink will not disappear. 3rd Fun is wearing your own Kanji t-shirt. You can have your own t-shirt with the Kanji you actually wrote. It is the one and the only t-shirt.
I have started learning calligraphy since 6 years old and live in Kyoto for 30 years. I love Kyoto, calligraphy and T-shirts. In Kyoto, some tourists go to Calligraphy class as an art experience, some buy Kanji T-shirts as a souvenir. Then I have found out. If they write specific Kanji they like, make it printed on a t-shirt, and bring it back as a souvenir, this should be a memorable and unique experience. You can have the kanji you wrote on your t-shirt, not on paper. You can talk to friends about your visit to Japan wearing your own Kanji T-shirt. Please have fun and make a cool T-shirt!
T-shirt. (Colors and sizes of t-shirt, colors of ink are in the Note.) Booklet. Calligraphy tools and Aprons.
Our place is located near Karasuma Oike Station of kyoto city subway. It is only 3 minutes from Karasuma Oike Station. Go out of Karasuma Oike station at Exit No.5 and go to Karasuma Sanjo junction, that is 50 meters south from the exit. Then turn left at the junction, go 200 meters along the Sanjo street. On your right, you can see a red Japanese lantern, that is a mark of grilled chicken restaurant. Our place is room 407 of the building.
Please join us in casual clothes. Although it rarely happens, ink(SUMI) might be a stain.
Colors of shirt: White, Gray, Navy, Pink Colors of ink: Black, Blue, Navy, Red, Purple, Green, Yellow, White Sizes: Small to XX-Large If you have any request about shirts or time, please contact me.