I held a workshop for miniature clay “Japanese hina dolls”. Three friends applied to join the workshop together.
It was detailed work, but Participants were having fun and sometimes concentrating. They made the kimono(Japanese traditional clothes), the dolls’ heads, a fan, a scepter...and also made lanterns, hishi mochi, and hina arare(Japanese sweet rice cracker).
This is the work that you can make Hina dolls and many other things, and has a high level of satisfaction when completed.
The popular Hina dolls have been completed and a participant said, I can't believe I can make something like this! They were very satisfied. I'm glad they enjoyed this workshop.
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The Dutch lady participated in the previous "Western sweets" workshop and said that the workshop had a lot of fun and joined again.
It's a detailed work, but both of them made quickly and very well, and it was completed much shorter time.
In this Wagashi workshop, participants fold origami cranes and the Dutch lady were also very good at folding small crane using 3cm square origami paper.
She is a fan of the action game "Ryu ga Gotoku", so she brought a figurine of that character and took his pictures with Japanese sweets she made.
The size of the miniature sweets was perfect for that character, but there was a gap between the cute sweets and the character's atmosphere… it was funny, and the other participant and I also had fun to see it.
We are talking about the participant’s favorite figure, AnimeCon, about Japan, and introducing each other while making the miniature sweets. It's fun to interact each other.
I think both of them enjoyed “Wagashi” workshop today.