Home (日本語)


+By article
+By author
+By issue
+By language
+By location
+By topic
+By year
+Random article
+What links here

Sister Sites

+Mind the Gap
+Portable Alien

Tsukuba Info

+City Hall
+Tsukuba Map
+Tsukuba Orientation
+Tsukuba Wiki

Support AT

+Advertise on AT
+Buy AT stuff
+Donate to AT
+Submit an article
+Take a survey

For Staff

+AT Workspace


+Contact us

Creative House Hosts Craftsmen

Author: Author unknown, Issue: January 1997, Topic: Events

During the "Family Art Time" Sunday, Feb. 2 (10 am - 4 pm), Mr. Mano, a Japanese bamboo craftsman, will visit Creative House again, this time to teach how to make a musical whistle out of clay! (okarina) Since it takes time for the clay to harden, we will make the form in the morning and carve the holes in the afternoon.

Mr. Mano will teach us how to play the okarina while we wait for them to dry. Please bring your favorite dish for a pot-luck lunch. Your okarina will be fired at Mr. Mano's home and returned to you by the end of February. This event is limited to 10 persons and the fee is 4000. Please reserve your place by January 31.

The Saturday Art For Kids meets every Sat. from 3 - 5 pm and is limited to 10 children. The Feb. topics are as follows: 2/1 pottery (small plates); 2/8 con't of 2/1; 2/15 wax resist painting; 2/22 stained glass on bottles. For more info, call Cheryl at 36-1085.

<< Coffee Hour: Japanese and American Customs | Master Index | Work Begins on Tsukuba International Convention Center >>

Alien Times Sponsors

The advertisements that appear on paper and online versions of The Alien Times do not necessarily represent the views of the Alien Times. The Alien Times takes no responsibility for any transactions that occur between advertisers and readers.

The authors of articles that appear in Alien Times reserve the right to copyright their work. Please DO NOT copy any articles that appear in Alien Times without first receiving permission from the author of the article (when known) or the Alien Times Editor.

Funded by the Tsukuba Expo'85 Memorial Foundation, Printed by Isebu