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Appreciation of Obara Japanese paper and paper-making workshops

Washi no Furusato (“Japanese paper museum”)

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Washi no Furusato exhibits Obara Japanese paper products from traditional industry, Japanese paper created by the founder, Tatsukichi Fujii, and Japanese paper from all over Japan. You can create your original Obara Japanese paper in a workshop.

Access From Nagoya Station to Fushimi Station on the Subway Higashiyama Line – Fujigaoka direction (approx. 2 mins), from Fushimi Station to Meitetsu Toyotashi Station on the Subway Tsurumai Line – Akaike direction (approx. 50 mins, 760 yen), from Meitetsu Toyotashi Station to Washi no Furusato Bus Stop by Toyota Oiden bus - Obara/Toyota line (600 yen), a 3-minute walk from Washi no Furusato Bus Stop
Opening hours 9:00-17:00(entry closes at 16:30)
Admission fees 200 yen for adults, college and high school students,
Free of charge for junior high students and children
Closed Mondays, December 28 – January 4
Time of tour(s) Approx. 60 mins
Address 216-1 Hora, Eitaro-cho, Toyota City
TEL 0565-65-2151 (Japanese paper exhibition) 0565-65-2953 (Japanese paper studio)
H P http://www.washinofurusato.jp/(JAPANESE)
Remarks A fee will be charged separately for experiencing the creation of Japanese papers.

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