In vogue during the Edo period, the traditional Japanese umbrella called wagasa is made from wood and oiled paper; to this day, it does not fail to charm with its whimsical and chic design. With a careful eye and a steady hand, craft your own Japanese umbrella in this challenging and fun make-your-own wagasa workshop. Take home your own piece of traditional Japanese culture to treasure for a lifetime.
796 Yodoe, Yodoe-cho, Yonago-shi, Tottori
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, Monday, national holidays
|Fees||From 6,480 yen per wagasa|
2 large bus spots 10 passanger vehicle spots
3 minutes by car from Yodoe IC
25 minutes on foot from JR Yodoe Station