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Sumi-e in Tokyo: Toyokuni Atelier Studio (classes, exhibition, shopping)

Art gallery/school/shop in Tokyo, Toyokuni Atelier Studio is great to discover sumi-e, Japanese ink wash painting! Enjoy a free exhibition, accessible lessons in English, and original/unique products by a Japanese father and his son 🙂 The father won awards in Italy for the picture book “Kobutori” (1987), in France for the picture book “Momotaro” (1990), in China for the woodcut print “Asian Woman” (2000)…
Sumi-e artists HONDA Yuta and Toyokuni at Toyokuni Atelier Studio (Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, Japan).

Japanese name: 豊國アトリエ (Toyokuni Atorie).
Address: Kanda-jimbocho 3-1-13 (1st floor), Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051, Japan.
Nearby subway stations: Jimbocho, Kudanshita.
Open: Tuesday-Saturday (12:00-19:00), Sunday (12:00-17:00).
Phone: Unavailable.
E-mail: info@nekomachi.com
Language: Japanese (native), English (fluent).
Credit card: Accepted (now checking usable types).

 
For sumi-e classes, discussions or shopping support in French language at Toyokuni Atelier Studio, contact the Yes in Japan team (early reservation with Sébastien Duval recommended).

Yes, we make things happen in Japan!

Yes, we make great things happen in Japan! Join a holiday tour or traditional activity today or tomorrow, go shopping at exceptional specialist shops with a Yes in Japan interpreter (English-French-Japanese), learn about events, meet wonderful Japanese people, use our free map of Jimbocho area (Chiyoda ward, Tokyo city) with great hotels, restaurants and stores…

Free map of Jimbocho area in Chiyoda ward (Tokyo, Japan).

Any question? Do not hesitate to call, e-mail or visit our Japanese travel agency in Tokyo near Suidobashi station and Hotel Niwa Tokyo!

New tour in Tokyo: “Shopkeepers x Japanese Culture”

Travel Stand Japan just launched a Yes in Japan unique tour in Tokyo for Spring 2014: “Shopkeepers x Japanese Culture” (reference W14A). We strongly recommend you this walking tour if you love the “Made in Japan” traditional and ancient creations, want shopping ideas, and wish to meet/interact with Japanese people during your holidays in Japan.

Mamebon book in Jimbocho (Tokyo, Japan).

Explore Japanese life and culture by visiting shops in Jimbocho. Look, listen, touch and get answers to your questions about traditional and everyday life objects. You will typically discover Wagashi cakes, Washi paper, Mamebon books, Ukiyo-e woodblock prints, ancient maps, fun family card games… Our guide will lead you from little shop to little shop, introducing you to the shopkeepers and to their products, and will translate your questions (English to Japanese) and the shopkeepers’ answers (Japanese to English). Feel free to buy sweets, souvenirs and gifts for your children and friends!

Wagashi cake in Tokyo (Japan).

Current calendar for March 2014: Monday 17, Wednesday 19, Monday 24, Wednesday 26, Friday 28, and Monday 31 with departures at 13:00 near Jimbocho station and Sakura Hotel Jimbocho (between the Imperial Palace, Akihabara, Tokyo Dome and Yasukuni shrine). Follow the link below to get up-to-date information and book online.

Discover a deep Tokyo and get a unique grasp of Japan thanks to Japanese people themselves!

USEFUL LINKS

 

USEFUL JAPANESE
  • Jimbocho = 神保町, Jimbocho station = 神保町駅 (Jimbocho-eki), Tokyo = 東京.
  • Sakura Hotel Jimbocho = サクラホテル神保町 (Sakula-hotelu-jimbocho).

DUVAL Sébastien ready to help plan your trip in English/French/Japanese

You plan a trip in Japan and are curious about our team? Meet our travel agent helping foreigners coming to Japan, Mr. DUVAL Sébastien, through his recent blog post “Now inbound travel manager in Tokyo at the Japanese travel agency Travel Stand Japan“! If you have questions, he will be happy to answer 🙂

10+ years of study and work in Asia (mainly Tokyo and Seoul) plus numerous trips helped him know Japan and the Japanese culture quite well. Besides, he speaks English, French and Japanese, and is preparing the exam to become a Licensed Interpreter Guide in Japan… There should be no problem 🙂