“A one year workshop program in the field- growing, creating and returning it to the soil”

It will be resumed this year, on the 17th of June in Yamaguchi. The first subject will be Kihada- Phellodendron amurense, commonly called the the Amur cork tree.The program is started in 2000 in Sapporo. Since then it has been held in several places including France.

Sowing indigo plant seeds in spring, harvesting it, turning it to dye and pigment then eventually bring it back to soil. Other dye subjects are also chosen in each season.