JCCC Cultural and Heritage Programming is generously sponsored in part by the Toyota Foundation



What do the Samurai and Geisha have in common?

Both required kumihimo to secure their clothing. Kumihimo loosely translates to “gathered threads.” Through different techniques, a person is able to gather many threads together to create a stronger cord. It is a form of braiding…Japanese-style. The technique has been around for more than 1,400 years and was in danger of being a lost art due to the mechanization of the processes. However, this technique is enjoying a recent surge in popularity with crafters.

Instructor: Poncey Acromond

Fall 2019

Dates Time Fee**
Sun. Sep. 15 1:00pm - 4:00pm $15+HST per session
for JCCC members
$20+HST per session
for non-members
*Material Fee is extra
Sun. Oct. 6
Sun. Nov. 24
$20 materials fee payable to the instructor

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Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
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(416) 441-2345