Recommended Reservation Available
Make a Lantern Using Sendai Tanabata Paper
Use recycled materials from Sendai's most famous festival to create a special souvenir!
All year round.
Number of Participants
Every year in August Sendai City's most famous festival takes place. During the 3-day Sendai Tanabata Festival, beautiful handmade decorations with long Japanese paper streamers hang from the ceiling of the shopping arcade. Instead of using the high quality paper decorations only once, they can be recycled. In this experience, you can make your own paper lantern using this same paper. These items would look great when paired with a yukata (summer kimono) at a fireworks display or during even during the Tanabata Festival itself. They will surely look great in photos!
This activity is also recommended as a cultural experience to learn about the Tanabata Festival and Japan's culture or reusing old items.
|Experience Program Name||Make a Lantern Using Sendai Tanabata Paper|
|Activity Location||Sendai Art Crart Salon|
|Time Required||1 hour|
|Operation Period||All year round.|
|Start Time||10:00 or 13:30|
|Minimum number of participants||1people|
|Maximum number of participants||8people|
|Reservation Deadline||1 days before by 18:00|
|Important notes regarding participation||If there are non-participating members joining your group, please let us know the total number of people in your group in advance.|
We may not be able to seat you if there are more people in your group than there are participants.
Please be aware that you are responsible for any stains or dirt that may occur due to the use of art materials.
|What is included in the price||Materials, instructor fee, and sales tax.|
|Method of Payment||Pay cash on the day.|
|Cancellation Policy||Cancel on the day: 100% of the experience fee.|
|Meeting Spot||3-9-38 Miyamachi, Aoba-ku, Sendai-shi, Miyagi-ken 980-0004|
|Meeting Time||5 minutes before your reserved experience|
|Access||450m from Toshogu Station (6-minute walk)|
39m from Miyamachi 3-chome bus stop (1 min. walk)
|About multi-lingual support||Japanese／English|
- Other, Traditional Culture / Japanese Culture
- Local Crafts Workshop
- Other Traditional Crafts / Hands-on Experiences