Takashiba Deco-Yashiki is a settlement that makes local toys, which have a 300-year-old tradition dating back to the Edo period. Its wide-ranging folk craft includes papier-mâché hariko dolls made of Japanese washi paper and wood-carved Miharu-goma (wooden horse toy), and features brilliant use of color. At Deco-Yashiki, beginners can also paint toys easily. Unleash your sensitivity to add color to an un-patterned, plain hariko doll to create your very own, original completed doll. Why not try making your own original hariko doll at Deco-Yashiki ?
- Painting a hariko doll of one of the 12 zodiac animals (12 types): ¥1,430 (incl. tax)
Painting a Miharu-goma (black/white): ¥1,650 (incl. tax)
Painting a mini daruma doll: ¥880 (incl. tax)
- Opening Times
- 9:00am - 5:00pm
Painting participants accepted until 4:00pm
- 1 hour-2 hours
- COVID-19 Prevention Measures: Limiting or guiding visitors, providing hand sanitizing equipment, wearing masks, ventilating indoor spaces, performing temperature checks, disinfecting used areas, etc.
- Takashiba Deco-Yashiki Tourism Association
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