Enjoying Japanese sake and making sugidama (a cedar ball)

Traditional arts and crafts

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Price

¥5,500~

Highlights

  • You are invited to make a “sugidama (an ornamental ball made with cedar leaves)”, which is closely related to sake.
  • This sugidama (a cedar ball) comes in a small size so it is ideal for a souvenir!
  • Sake rice farmers themselves will guide you on the cultures about rice paddy, rice and sake.
  • In the end of the tour, everyone toasts with sake or amazake (a sweet drink made from fermented rice)!

Description

1) Gathering and admission
Please gather and finish the reception.
2) Explanation
We will introduce Japanese sake and sugidama (a cedar ball), and explain the important matters, etc.
3) Experience
Let's make a sugidama (a cedar ball) under the guidance of the sake rice farmer.
4) Dissolution
When it is completed, we will have a toast together with sake or amazake! Take your sugidama (a cedar ball) home as a souvenir.

Important Information

  • Alcohol will not be offered or sold to participants under the age of 20 or those who drive on the day. (Participants may be asked to show an ID that can verify their age)

    Minimum number of participants:1 people

Detail

Guide language

English

Included

- Production experience: Experience fee, materials, toast drink charge, event insurance fee, and consumption tax

- Accompanying / tour: Participation fee, tea charge, event insurance fee, and consumption tax

Required time 210 minutes ~
Cancellation Policy

(1) Cancellation made eight (8) days prior to the scheduled date of activities or earlier: No cancellation charge

(2) Cancellation made between seven (7) to four (4) days prior to the scheduled date of activities: 50% of the Participation Charges

(3) Cancellation made between three (3) days prior to the scheduled date to the scheduled date: 100% of the Participation Charges

What you need to bring

- As cedar leaves will scatter while making a sugidama, please wear something you don’t mind becoming dirty.

Options

  • Enjoying Japanese sake and making sugidama (a cedar ball)

    Required time

    210 minutes ~

    Qualifying age

    6+

    from ¥ 5,500

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