There are several convenient ways for you to pay, including Credit Card through PAY PAL in your cunnency and Direct Bank Transfer in Australia or New Zealand


(If the workshop you wish to attend is being managed by another organisation, please contact them directly on the link provided in the workshop description.)


Step 1. Fill out the form to the right, and indicate your preferred method to pay. We will check that a place is still available on the workshop you have chosen and then send you the details and payment method.


Step2. Proceed to pay using the details we have sent you. Please note that we are not able hold a place indefinitely, courses are filled on a first come first served basis, so prompt payment will secure your place.


We look forward to hearing from you!


If you just want to enquire, use the form at the bottom right, we will respond as soon as possible.


Payment methods:


Payment Method


Direct Transfer to our Bank Account

 * Preferred Method* Pay direct to our bank account through internet banking. Convenient, instant and no fees. Available in Australia for $AU and in New Zealand for $NZ


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 Karuizawa 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. Available to pay in $AU or in ¥JP


 Only by prior arrangement


 Only by prior arrangement

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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Find out more about these exciting, small-scale and unique tours

Kyoto Mokuhanga Brochure (PDF)

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