I've been fascinated with the process of woodblock prints. When I read that this museum offered woodblock print classes, I immediately emailed to make reservations. The museum responded quickly and even changed dates when we shifted our itinerary. The class turned out to be such a simple and hands on way for us to appreciate the artistry, craft and precision required. While the concept seemed so easy, it was quite challenging to print the different colours in the places they were supposed to go. Without words, we had an intimate appreciation of the craftsmen who planned and carved the woodblocks as well as the precise and meticulous printing. The class really brought to life the sweat and tears that went into the prints on exhibition in the museum. It was also a reminder of the history of the
Dotombori area which had many Kabuki houses. Enjoyable and educational for the adults and my six year old.
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