[Kai Tsugaru] Enjoy the “Kamakura” that is colored by the traditional craft “Tsugaru Kogin-zashi”


In “Kai Tsugaru” where you can experience the culture that lives in Tsugaru’s life, “Tsugaru Nanayuki Kamakura” will appear from February 1st to 28th, 2022. Snow is familiar to people in the Tsugaru area, and Osamu Dazai, a literary master from the Tsugaru area, has divided the snow that he sees every day into seven types in his travelogue “Tsugaru.” Please feel the various sensibilities to snow locally.

Kamakura that expresses 7 kinds of snow with "Tsugaru Kogin-zashi"

There are two kamakura, and the outside of each is decorated with “Tsugaru Nanayuki Kogin Gento” designed by Kogin designer Iemasa Yamabata.

A space where dusty snow shines and falls

Inside the kamakura, a Tsugaru Kogin-zashi ornament with a “Kohori” pattern is hung, and when the light of the hand lanterns is added, a space where glittering snow falls. To produce. You can relax in a private space away from your daily life by wearing a hanten with Tsugaru Kogin-zashi.

Sweets and drinks associated with Tsugaru Nanami

We offer sweets and drinks associated with rough snow and fresh snow so that you can stay warm and relax in the kamakura. Warm your body from the core with an apple pie filled with a lot of apples in a freshly baked pie dough and an original hot drink of apples that expresses the whiteness of snow. Each one is sprinkled with grainy sugar, imagining glittering snow.

Mr. Iemasa Yamabata, supervised by Tsugaru Kogin-zashi and design of "Tsugaru Nanayuki Kamakura"

Kogin designer from Aomori prefecture. He encountered the Tsugaru Kogin-zashi pattern in Hirosaki when he was in high school, and after that he launched “” to convey the charm of Tsugaru Kogin-zashi and started his career as a writer. At KAI Tsugaru, the techniques and patterns of Tsugaru Kogin-zashi are also used as guest room interiors. Based on the charm of traditional patterns, the original design that makes full use of unexpected materials and colors attracts interest in Tsugaru Kogin-zashi and makes a strong impression.

Overview of "Tsugaru Nanayuki Kamakura"

Period: February 1st-February 28th, 2022
* Subject to change depending on snow conditions
Time: 17: 30-18: 20/18: 30-19: 20/19: 30-20: 20
*Two kamakura. Private use of one set.
*Limited to 2 groups each time. Up to 3 people per group.
Price: 2,500 yen per person (includes kamakura admission fee, sweets, and drinks)
Reservation: Book 4 days before the date of use

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