Typically at 9am and 20pm JST on weekends and Japan’s national holidays. 1 hour, 1,000Yen, max 3 guests but a private group up to 10 people is ok.
Aya Tori is a traditional entertainment in Japan, in which you tie both ends of a string and make a loop, hanging it around or off your fingers, and create various figures or designs. Aya tori is played either individually or by passing a loop of string back and forth between two or more players.
Only until a few decades ago, this simple but lovely game had been a very common entertainment at home for kids.
I have been running a small YouTube channel on Japanese culture called "The Why Japan".
The channel started with some short videos looking into simple questions that people often have about Japan but cannot easily find answers.
For example, why are Japanese people so crazy abour cherry blossoms, why is Ramen so popular, why is Japan not cashless, and why do they love disgusting food like Natto? etc.
Deliverying what Japanese culture is like: our values and their reasons, things we love and their meanings.