The water drawing experience is not available at this time.

About Mizuhiki

Mizuhiki is a decorative string tied around gift envelopes and congratulatory envelopes, and is made of Japanese paper that has been twisted into a koyori shape, then dried with mizunori (water glue). It is said that the name “mizuhiki” comes from the process of pulling the nori. Knots have various meanings. Knots that can be untied and re-knotted are used for celebratory occasions such as births and longevity, and are meant to wish for good things to happen again and again. In recent years, art and accessories using mizuhiki have become increasingly popular.

Mizuhiki works and goods are sold at the store in the studio.