Making "Kokedama(moss ball)" Experience

Kokedama, or moss ball, has been around for a long time as an alternative form of Bonsai, traditional Japanese art of appreciating familiar natural trees and plants on a miniature scale.

With their roots wrapped in moss balls, Kokedama are easier to carry from one place to another than ordinary Bonsai pots. As being simple and uncomplicated, Kokedama have been especially popular in the past 30 years.

If you are a group of 2 or more people, each of you can select what Japanese traditional art experience your would like to participate in. There are 2 options, either Kokedama or Ikebana.

INFORMATION

Address
738-0054 3-1-2, Ajina, Hatuskaichi-shi, Hiroshima-ken
TEL
+81-90-3171-6189
Mail
happygorgeous0123@ezweb.ne.jp
URL
https://blog.goo.ne.jp/happygorgeous
Contact
Wagokoro-Manabi
Open
10:00AM-4:00PM
Mon.-Sat.
This program takes about 1 hour. Please specify your desired starting time upon your booking.
Access
6-minute walk from JR Ajina Sta.
5-minute walk from Hiroden Ajina Sta.
Fee
3,000 JPY per person

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