Udoyoshi Japanese Calligraphy Class

Wayo Udoyoshi teaches Shodo calligraphy lessons in the wayo style – a uniquely Japanese form of calligraphy from the Heian period that developed from the female writing style. Wayo uses hiragana, Japan’s sound-based alphabet, making it a more readable form of writing than using kanji alone.

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