What you'll do
We'll meet at Kichijōji station and shop for your cloth at a fabric store. Then we take a bus to my place. Then I'll teach you how to sew your very own Japanese cushion. Nowadays, most cushions are made by machine, but I'll demonstrate the traditional method for our prized floor cushions–sewing a cover by hand using cotton layered with silk. This method has only been conveyed to my family ! I also make Ma-wata (raw Silk) ,which is processed through boiling , eviscerating ,dry and spreading , from Japanese cocoons ! My place is a typical Japanese apartment and I show you a typical Japanese life style.
I am a certified kimono seamstress and I love to make floor cushions out of my many antique or vintage kimonos. In Japan, we use cushions to sit on the floor; you can use yours on couches as well. I love sharing Japanese sewing traditions with others. This method has only been conveyed to my family !
Sweets and tea. Please let me know if you have any allergies.
Sew tools cotton raw silk
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Where you'll be
We'll meet at Kichijōji station before shopping at a fabric store. I'll help you choose from the many fabrics on display. We'll take a bus to my place, which is near Musashi-Seki station.
Things to keep in mind
For a full refund, cancel at least 7 days before the experience is scheduled to start or within 24 hours of purchase.
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Up to 3 guests ages 10 and up can attend.
You’ll need to take a picture of yourself that matches the photo on your ID. This is so Airbnb can confirm who’s actually going on the experience. You’ll only have to do this once.
You will buy your own cushion cloth and bus fare. The bus ride is 15 minutes; the walk is 10. I live on the fourth floor in a building without an elevator. Make sure you are comfortable with stairs.
Sew a Seat
€56 / person
€56 / person