Book a Nihonga Art Class

Master the art of Nihonga (traditional Japanese painting) with artist and teacher Maria Tanikawa. She’ll show you how to mix natural pigments made from minerals, clay and oyster shells; how to use washi paper as a canvas; how to outline your drawing with sumi ink; and more. All materials are provided and each session takes about two hours.

Maria Tanikawa’s Nihonga class is available as part of Airbnb Experiences. If you’re interested in signing up to become an Airbnb Experiences host yourself, you can register here.

Book a Class

Average Price: Five classes ¥20,000 (valid for three months), private lesson ¥10,000, Airbnb Experiences session ¥8,000.

Address: Omotesando (full address provided when booking)

Website: www.mariatanikawa.com/nihonga-class or Airbnb Experiences

Email: nihongart@gmail.com

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