The Women's Group offers a wide range of dynamic, engaging enrichment programs to all Club Members.
Running the gamut from Japanese culture and photography to cooking and art, the classes cover a broad range of subjects and are taught by experienced instructors.
Enrichment programs are open to ages 18 and over, and non-Women's Group members are charged an additional ¥3,500 per class.
Explore the possibilities from the programs below.
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Spring Program Online Registration
Thu Feb 22 | 2pm to 4:30pm
Oshi-e are three-dimensional tapestry ornaments or decorations.
Fri Mar 02 | 1pm to 3:30pm
Ahead of the Easter holiday season, learn how to create a stunning, seasonal ornament with traditional Japanese washi paper.
Wed Feb 07 | 1pm to 4pm
Students learn how to transfer what they see before them onto paper.
Fri May 11 | 10:30am to 12pm
This engaging green and white bouquet is reminiscent of sunny, verdant days and warm, moonlit nights, fragrant with the scent of white blossoms.
Tue Feb 27 | 10:30am to 12pm
Nothing is more welcome in spring than the first blooms.
Thu Feb 22 | 9:30am to 12:30pm
Learn a unique way to preserve travel memories or scenes from day-to-day life wherever you may find yourself.
Mon Feb 19 | 1pm to 2:30pm
Students learn the ancient art of calligraphy, the practice’s history and related terminology and techniques.
Tue Feb 13 | 10am to 12pm
Never be bored while waiting again!
Tue Feb 06 | 10am to 12pm
Relearn your knitting skills or start a new hobby at this one-day workshop that introduces students to casting on, knitting and purl stitches.
Mon Feb 26 | 1pm to 3:30pm
Turn an everyday Japanese donburi bowl into a useable work of art. Students learn how to paint peaches or cherry blossoms on a bowl, which is then fired for a beautiful finish.
Thu Feb 15 | 10am to 11:30am
Learn about this traditional Japanese art form and how to create beautiful ikebana floral arrangements for your home.
Fri May 18 | 10am to 12pm
Transform an everyday container like a favorite mug, empty jar or bowl into an eye-catching objet d’art.
Tue Feb 06
Japanese sumi-e is the traditional art of brush and ink painting.
Mon Mar 05 | 10:30am to 12pm
Furoshiki are traditional Japanese wrapping cloths, originally used for carrying clothes, gifts and everyday items.
Thu May 17 | 10am to 1pm
Students of the Introduction to Sketching Your Travel Memories class have the chance to join this sketching trip to Tokyo’s Sumida Ward.
Tue Feb 06 | 10:30am to 12:30pm
Participants learn how to draw in a unique way while discovering something new about themselves in the process.