Our studio is small, but we really value the space for learning more about Washi and its uses.  It is difficult for us to offer open studio workshops at the moment, however we can safely hold workshops for small groups of up to 4 friends.

Currently we would like to offer our more popular workshops at reduced rates of €22-25/person for bookings of 2 or more people.

Simply click the 'BOOK NOW' button under any workshop and it will take you to a form to make your selection.

We hope to see you in the studio!

If you have any questions, please email -




In this workshop you’ll discover why Bookbinders around the world love using Japanese paper to cover books.

Learn basics of building a hard-cover book, but with a simple exterior binding that is adjustable and lays flat when open

All tools and materials will be provided.  About 3 Hours  

Learn why Chiyogami has a long history in craft by working with it to make a simple, beautiful frame for your photos or small artworks.

We’ll create small, hangable frames using available papers from our Chiyogami collection.

Each participant will get a Japanese Pin-Clip and Photocorners to mount photos or artworks as they choose.

All tools and materials will be provided. This workshop is about 2 hours long.



Turn paper into a textured, workable, cloth-like textile.

Derived from the Konjac (Devil's Tongue) plant and especially well suited to using on Washi, we’ll help you to get a feel for the workability and give you the knowldge to continue experimenting with this amazing substance in your own practice!

All necessary tools and materials will be provided. You’ll go home with a nice collection of various papers for your own use and further inspiration! This workshop is about 3 hours long.



Japanese papers have some very specific characteristics that make them a perfect choice for many crafts, including Origami. Learn what makes Washi special and make yourself a hightly useable wallet using just one folded piece of paper!

All necessary tools and materials are provided. This workshop is about 1,5 - 2 hours long.