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JP: tenarai do (Hand Learning)

tenarai

The Japanese folks are used to make most of house-necessities such as MISO, kimono. Now we shop at store. It is nice to explore how they make it by backing to our original point. Tenarai literally means “learning by hands”. (as oppose to “learning with brains like math, language etc…)  This website collects various types of learning by hands opportunities. If you are in Japan, we might want to try to make MISO or Japanese traditional pillow…which would be a special experience!

Tenarai Do 

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This entry was posted on May 23, 2016 by in Art, Education, Japan, Travel and tagged , , , , , , , , , .
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