A brush village where people, culture and nature are in harmony

Kumano Town has a history of brush making dating back to the late Edo period, and today Kumano Fude is a traditional craft that is said to be the most produced in the country. Fude no Sato Workshop is a facility that plays a central role in creating a Fude no Sato that takes advantage of the characteristics of this region. You can learn about the history and culture of brushes, see permanent exhibitions where you can see and touch them, and watch brush-making demonstrations by traditional craftsmen. Various special exhibitions are held throughout the year, and you can even try your hand at making calligraphy brushes. In the brush-making experience, you can experience two of the 12 steps of brush-making: ``upper hair wrapping'' and ``finishing''. Also, if you make a reservation one week in advance, you can have your name engraved on the brush shaft. You can also experience wearing Samue like a craftsman. A large hanging scroll with a height of 70cm x


business hours
10:00~17:00 *Admission is until 16:30 Brush making experience/10:00~15:30 Japanese tapestry/10:00~15:30 Painting experience/10:00~15:30
Monday * If it is a national holiday, the next day. There are year-end and New Year holidays and temporary closures. Please see the homepage for details (http://fude.or.jp/jp/)
Adults: 800 yen; Groups of 20 or more Adults: 600 yen; Elementary, junior high, and high school students: 250 yen; Groups of 20 or more, elementary, junior high, and high school students: 200 yen; Infants: Free (subject to change depending on exhibit content) ) Brush making experience/3,500 yen Japanese tapestry/2,000 yen Painting experience/1,000 yen. *Entrance fees are separate from each experience. For details, please contact us or visit our homepage (082-855-3010 or http://fude.or.jp/jp/)
731-42935-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun
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84 units (free)


5-17-1 Nakamizo, Kumano-cho, Aki-gun

Approximately 45 minutes by bus from JR Hiroshima Station, or approximately 15 minutes by bus from JR Yano Station, or approximately 35 minutes by bus from JR Kure Station, approximately 20 minutes on foot from Dekiba bus stop, or approximately 7 minutes by taxi from Kumano Office. .

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