Enjoy Kyoto

Creative things you can do in Kyoto

Fun and memorable experiences

Kyoto is not only a place for sightseeing, but also a city suitable for discovering and creating something. We can help you be creative in your travels.

In addition to experiences related to crafts, we also offer calligraphy, authentic Japanese cooking, Sashiko experience, and more. Please feel free to contact us about anything.

For tour groups as well as single travelers.

We provide tour group representatives with a tour and experience plan for the city’s textiles and other crafts.

We provide individuals, families, and small groups of friends with tours and hands-on experiences in the artisan workshops.

For group tours, we can help you work together to come up with an itinerary based on your group’s interests and concept. We cover all communication with the workshop side in Kyoto, and we can quote from 300,000 yen for a 1-week to 10-day tour for a group of around 10 people, with a coordination fee starting at 300,000 yen.

For individual clients, we will work with you to develop a menu of 2 to 4 workshop tours or workshops per day, depending on your interests. 50,000 yen will be charged for the coordination of one day’s planning.

In all cases, we guarantee a unique and special experience, including admission to workshops that are not normally open to the public.

For inquiries, please send an e-mail to Yuki!


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Client Testimonials

Dont’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:

Studio visits and Hands-on workshops

The immersive experience in a local artist’s studio settings enabled me to return home with completed souvenir projects. This was my second time in Japan, and each time it engaged and fed my creativity. I’ve incorporated so much new knowledge and skills into my art projects.



Cooking lessons in Kyoto…Yum!!

What a privileged experience it was for me to enjoy a day of cooking lessons in a private home while in Kyoto. We had “hands on” instruction for creating four different delicious dishes. Not only did we have expertguidance with our “culinary creativity”, we also learned many aspects of Japanese culture. We had an open and fun exchange about the differences between life in Japan and in the USA. 



The modern side of Kyoto

By visiting Yuki’s design studio, I learned that there are young artists and designers working with the traditional craft artisans to create items with modern style. Kyoto craft is not just about tradition and history. There are some innovative people, too! 


Individual traveler