Wakuya Town Gold Leaf Herbarium Ballpoint Pen Making Experience in Matsushima
Capture your memories of Sendai in a unique herbarium pen! Fill the pen with Japanese paper used for Sendai Tanabata decorations!
All year round.
About 30 minutes
Number of Participants
Create a herbarium pen from Japanese paper used for Sendai Tanabata decorations, crushed Matsushima oyster shells, and natural stones.
Make the perfect souvenir for your Sendai and Matsushima trip!
|Experience Program Name||Wakuya Town Gold Leaf Herbarium Ballpoint Pen Making Experience in Matsushima|
|Activity Location||Hasunohane Café|
|Time Required||About 30 minutes|
|Operation Period||All year round.|
|Start Time||Available during business hours.|
|Minimum number of participants||1people|
|Maximum number of participants||6people|
|Important notes regarding participation||Participants must be 5 years or older.|
|What is included in the price||Materials and participation fee.|
|Method of Payment||【In advance】Pay by wire transfer.|
【On the day】Pay in cash, credit card, PayPay.
|Cancellation Policy||Cancel on the day: 100% of the experience fee.|
Cancellation 3~1 day in advance: 70% of the experience fee
|Meeting Spot||75-14-4F, Matsushima-Chonai, Matsushima-machi, Miyagi-gun, Miyagi 981-0213|
Matsushima Rikyu Sea Station (formerly: Matsushima Tamate Hakokan)
|Meeting Time||Please come until your appointment time.|
・5-minute walk from Matsushima-Kaigan Station.
|About Guides and Tours||Explanation by staff.|
|About multi-lingual support||Japanese／English|
Our café is just a 5-minute walk from Matsushima-Kaigan Station, across from the Matsushima Sightseeing Ferry port on the 4th floor of Tamatebako bldg. Why don’t you try an experience at our café with a full view of Matsushima? In addition…
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