|Name in Japanese:||金沢湯涌創作の森|
|Address:||Japan, 〒920-1135 Ishikawa, Kanazawa, Kitabukuromachi, E−３６ [map]|
|Hours:||9.30am - 5pm (Closed Tuesdays)|
Designed to maintain the traditional crafts of the area, this experience space was part of a project to maintain the connection between the mountain and village communities.
You can try Japanese indigo dyeing, weaving, screen printing, lithography and woodblock printing too. The workshops are all in traditional buildings which have been repurposed, including an old distillery (printing studio), an impressive farm house (screen printing studio) and a Castle storehouse from Kanazawa (Dyeing and weaving studio). There are five in total, and all are designated cultural landmark buildings from the Taisho and Meiji periods.
The website is in Japanese, but they do have this information pdf available too which has plenty of details.