Big thanks!

We had a great success at Japan Matsuri Festival 2015!  We had so many visitors at calligraphy workshop and students’ exhibition all day.
The students also did a wonderful job in front of a large audience. They wrote the opening part of a famous classic essay called Tsurezure gusa written by the Buddhist monk Yoshida Kenko.

“Having nothing to do,
I have spent the whole day before this ink stone,
jotting down at random whatever nonsensical thoughts that have entered my head,
this is truly a queer and crazy thing to do.”

Thank you all for your hard work and supporting us!


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