In the Far East, amidst the change in season, it is time when Yin and Yang meet each other. Since ancient times, this was revered as a ceremonial day to cleanse negative spirits from ones self.
Especially on the day of "Setsubun" where the season goes from Yin to Yang; from winter to spring, we expel the "Oni" (demon) which represents things that are old and impure to cleanse ourselves so that we can enter the spring with a fresh pure mind.
Everything we use or eat for the ceremony has a certain meaning. Spechal practices are deeply rooted in the notions drawn from the rules of the universe, and throughout this "Ehomaki and Mamemaki workshop" we would like to share with you how they have expanded in the Japanese culture.
Price Adults £25 Students £22 Children £12 Children under 3years old for free