Booking Courses - Conditions and Payment Options


1. Courses need to be booked and paid for in full prior to commencement, preferably at the time of registration.


2. A place cannot be held for you if you have not paid and other students are wanting to enrol.


3. Enrolment is on a "First come - first served" basis.


4. You may be able to join the course after the start date and pay a reduced fee. This is at our discretion.


5. Payment options are:


Payment Method


Pay Pal

Our confirmation email will contain a link to Pay Pal and the amount for the course you have chosen. Once you click the link you will be re-directed to the secure Log in page of Pay Pal. Log in and pay with your Credit Card. The entire transaction is handled securely by Pay Pal. At no time are your Credit Card details shown to or stored by the Australian Mokuhanga School. On successful payment you are notified by email of the transaction.
Upon receipt of notification of payment from Pay Pal, we will issue a receipt to your nominated contact.

Direct Transfer to Bank Account

* Preferred Method* Pay direct to our bank account through internet banking. Convenient, instant and no fees.



 Pay by cheque made out to:

Australian Mokuhanga School

And posted to:

2 / 1167 Geelong Road, Mt Clear, Ballarat, VIC, 3350



 Pay in person, by cash if you are able to before the course. Available only in Ballarat or by meeting prior to course commencement.



Refunds & Cancellations


1. If there are insufficent enrolments to run the course and the course is cancelled, a full refund will be given.


2. If the course is cancelled by us for any other reason a full refund will be given.


3. If you decide to not attend the course and give notice prior to 10 days before the course commences a full refund will be given.


4. If you decide to not attend the course and fail to give notice less than 10 days before the course commences a refund will be given minus $20 materials and administration fee.


5. If you miss classes or decline to finish the course after starting the course or after the course starts, there will be no refund.




What is Mokuhanga?


Detail of traditional print "Haru Nano Higashi Genji" by Kunichika Toyohara


Mokuhanga is the traditional water based printing technique, originating in China and perfected in Japan.

A print is created through design, carving blocks for each colour, then printing each colour successively until the print edition is completed.


Mokuhanga is the Japanese word for wood block print. The Japanese characters 木版画 are 木 wood, 版 block and 画 picture.


In Japan its meaning is the print itself, but in general contemporary use it means both the print and the technique. Mokuhanga is growing in popularity worldwide as learning becomes more accessible to people outside of Japan.



Kunisada Printmaking tripty




Mokuhanga is chemical free, non-toxic, environmentally friendly, uses relatively simple hand tools and equipment and requires little space to produce beautiful work. The natural beauty of the materials - wood, pigment and hand-made paper are all retained and enhance each other. A great choice for Artists or any creative person!


no-poisons no-press




Terry McKenna Mokuhanga

This is a short video showing teacher Terry McKenna making one of his mokuhanga...

You can find more about Terry's work on his dedicated website at www.egaku.com.au

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Kyoto Mokuhanga Tours

kyoto torii

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