Spend spring break exploring Japanese culture and traditions. Drop-in workshops throughout the week let visitors watch interactive Kamishibai storytelling, design a mechanical Bunraku puppet, try their hand at woodblock printing make a custom designer toy and paint an original Manga comic strip (10am–noon). Kids ages 5 and up can also sign up for afternoon sessions with established Japanese artists, chefs and performers happening each day. See a kimono dressing demo, create your own bento box, learn about kabuki makeup and costumes, fold origami, witness a traditional tea ceremony and more! See website for full schedule of events. All ages.
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