Screen printing, having more than 70 years of history in Japan, first originated from Gujo Hachiman and expanded throughout Japan. During Gujo City’s summer dance festival called Gujo Odori, tenugui (Japanese traditional towels) and geta (Japanese clogs) are the essential items.
Takara Gallery Workroom provides hands-on screen-printing sessions – you can choose either tenugui or tote bag to get your family’s hands working - to come up with your very own unique creations. The patterns are seasonable and ever changing, so you will also have fun having plenty of colours and patterns to choose from. Bring your creations to the dance festival to fully enjoy the joyous spirit within.
Through Takara Gallery Workroom, you can learn more about this traditional industry from a new perspective, leaving a special memory of your trip in Gujo Hachiman. Takara Gallery Workroom even has its original tenugui and goods in collaboration with various artists and brands.
From 1,000 yen for the workshop (additional fee for more patterns)
470-28 Shimadani, Hachiman-cho, Gujo City, Gifu Prefecture 501-4222
10:00 – 17:00
For overseas guests, please make reservations in advance via email at email@example.com
How to get there
From Gifu, you can take the Gifu bus (Hachiman sen) at Gifu station and get off at Jokamachi Plaza, and walk for about 10 minutes from the bus stop.
From Gujo-Hachiman Station, you can, after getting off at Gujo Hachiman Station, either walk for about 25 minutes from the station, or take the local bus called “Mame Buses” and get off at Kyuchosha Kinenkan bus stop. Takara Gallery Workroom is only a 4-minute walk away from the bus stop.