【End】 02/22 “Tsugaru Traditional Crafts” Kogin Sashimi Workshop
This time, at TSUGU Kyoto Sanjo 1F coffee and wine ushiro, we will welcome Mr. Hitomi Aiya Hitomi Doi and hold a Kogin sashimi workshop "inheriting the traditional craft of Tsugaru".
Kogin sashimi is one of the techniques of sashimi transmitted to Tsugaru, Aomori Prefecture. During the Edo era, mainly farmers, sashimi was sewn with cotton thread on clothes linen to prevent severe cold.
The basic pattern of Kogin sashimi is called "Modoko", and currently there are about 40 types.
It features a beautiful geometric pattern by stabbing.
Why don't you experience the local culture of Aomori Prefecture through workshops?
The details are as follows.
"Inheriting traditional Tsugaru crafts" Kogin sashimi workshop
Date and time | February 22, 2020 (Sat) 14: 00-16: 00
Contents | Create one of your favorite from hair elastic, brooch, and mini amount
Participation fee | Each ¥ 1,500 (with 1 cup of coffee) Payment is cash only
Capacity ｜ 6 people
Reservation | Please apply to email@example.com with your name, telephone number and number of participants.
※ Because it is a detailed work, please bring glasses if you need it.
Location ｜ TSUGU Kyoto Sanjo 1F coffee and wine ushiro
Lecturer | [Aiya] Hitomi Doi
Small items are produced using the technique of "kogin sashimi", a kind of sashiko that has been transmitted to the Tohoku region for about 300 years.
Opened stores mainly at events between Hanshin, active in various fields.
On the day, we also offer delicious coffee ♪
Please come after inviting your family and friends.
We look forward to your participation.