Tsumami for anyone, anytime, anywhere
"Tsumami" is the Japanese traditional craftwork usually used in the Kanzashi of Maiko(geisha aspirants). Tsumami Kanzashi has been worn by women for about 200 years to match the kimono.
These days, it is worn at annual festivals, such as New Years, festival for 3 and 7 year-old girls, Coming of Age Day celebration, and wedding.
"Tsumami" means “pinch”. It is made by pinching and folding cloth with tweezers like an origami paper.
Tsumami is the only Japanese traditional craft anyone can enjoy as a hobby.
Welcome to the world of beautiful “Tsumami”!
Let`s give it a try!!
Our Tsumami Workshop
from beginners to experts,
By Online and Face-to-face.
We provide two types of workshops to experience traditional techniques of Tsumami.
Online and face-to-face workshops .
Starting from a trial workshop, if you want to learn more,
a beginner's course and advanced course are available.