Fortune Blessing│Hand-Painted Hagoita

 

“Hanetsuki” is a popular game during the Japanese New Year period. Tradition has it that the swing of the racket action features the function of impending ill fortune and eliminating bad luck.
During the Edo period, people began to paint on hagoita as New Year decorations, hence it is also categorized as one of the Japanese traditional handicrafts. 
Come to Radium Kagaya to paint a New Year hagoita by hand, and write down your New Year’s wishes as an alternative way of welcoming the New Year, making more wonderful memories during the journey!

 

From Dec. 1, 2017 – Feb. 28, 2018 on each Tuesday & Thursday │at 16:15 on the 3F of “Suzaku (the Vermilion Bird)” at the  Radium Kagaya International Hotel
 

For our hotel guests, sign up for free. /For non-hotel guests, submission fee for each person will cost NT$350.

 

Activity Target: Limited to 18 people per session
 

Notes:
1.The number of participants is limited, please make reservations in advance to avoid disappointment. 
2.After the activity has begun, 10 minutes will be reserved for VIP guests registered for participation; on-site participation will be open to the waiting list after that. 
3.Indoor activities will be temporarily unavailable during the Chinese New Year period between 2018/2/15-2/20. 

 

 

Japanese Cultural Performance-Japanese Tea Ceremony

Fortune Blessing│Hand-Painted Hagoita

Pray for Blessings│Daruma Hanging Ornament