Tokyo Japanese Indigo Dyeing Classes

Join us for a Tokyo Japanese Indigo Dyeing Classes this 2021 Spring.  Itajime Shibori with Aizome is a traditional handicraft using a shape-resist technique to produce patterns on the fabric.  In this session, each student will make a 1.2m x .5m linen piece which can be used as a table runner, scarf, artwork, or made into apparel. Class sessions and all materials are 7,500 yen (+ 10% tax).

To prevent COVID spread presently classes are a maximum of six people, masks are required and temperatures are taken at the studio door.

All classes are held at the Best Living Japan Studio located at  @ 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Best Living Japan offers cooking, lifestyle, and crafting classes.

2021 Spring Indigo Dyeing Classes

Indigo Prints - Best Living Japan **Class Full**THUR. Mar 4 9:15am – 11:45am **Class Full**Tokyo Indigo Dyeing  

Itajime Shibori with Aizome is a traditional handicraft using a shape-resist technique to produce patterns on the fabric. Ai (indigo) is a dye that is collected from the leaves of the Japanese indigo plant. People are attracted to its deep, bright blue color, which many call “Japan blue”. Indigo has antibacterial and insect repellent properties and is also effective for preventing odors. In this session, each student will make a 1.2m x .5m linen piece. Class sessions and all materials are 7,500 yen (+ 10% tax).

Tokyo Indigo Dying Class **Class Full**FRI. Apr 16 9:15am – 11:45am Tokyo Indigo Dyeing  

Itajime Shibori with Aizome is a traditional handicraft using a shape-resist technique to produce patterns on the fabric. Ai (indigo) is a dye that is collected from the leaves of the Japanese indigo plant. People are attracted to its deep, bright blue color, which many call “Japan blue”. Indigo has antibacterial and insect repellent properties and is also effective for preventing odors. In this session, each student will make a 1.2m x .5m linen piece. Class sessions and all materials are 7,500 yen (+ 10% tax).

Indigo Prints - Best Living Japan Tokyo Indigo Dying Classes **Class Full**FRI. APR 23 9:15am – 11:45am Tokyo Indigo Dyeing   

Itajime Shibori with Aizome is a traditional handicraft using a shape-resist technique to produce patterns on the fabric. Ai (indigo) is a dye that is collected from the leaves of the Japanese indigo plant. People are attracted to its deep, bright blue color, which many call “Japan blue”. Indigo has antibacterial and insect repellent properties and is also effective for preventing odors. In this session, each student will make a 1.2m x .5m linen piece. Class sessions and all materials are 7,500 yen (+ 10% tax).

Indigo Prints - Best Living Japan Tokyo Indigo Dying Classes **Class Full**THUR. May 6 9:15am – 11:45am Tokyo Indigo Dyeing   

Itajime Shibori with Aizome is a traditional handicraft using a shape-resist technique to produce patterns on the fabric. Ai (indigo) is a dye that is collected from the leaves of the Japanese indigo plant. People are attracted to its deep, bright blue color, which many call “Japan blue”. Indigo has antibacterial and insect repellent properties and is also effective for preventing odors. In this session, each student will make a 1.2m x .5m linen piece. Class sessions and all materials are 7,500 yen (+ 10% tax).

Indigo Prints - Best Living Japan Tokyo Indigo Dying Classes TUE. JUNE 1 9:15am – 11:45am Tokyo Indigo Dyeing   

Itajime Shibori with Aizome is a traditional handicraft using a shape-resist technique to produce patterns on the fabric. Ai (indigo) is a dye that is collected from the leaves of the Japanese indigo plant. People are attracted to its deep, bright blue color, which many call “Japan blue”. Indigo has antibacterial and insect repellent properties and is also effective for preventing odors. In this session, each student will make a 1.2m x .5m linen piece. Class sessions and all materials are 7,500 yen (+ 10% tax).

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