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Scandinavian Mobile Himmel Oka 1
Scandinavian Mobile Himmel Oka 2
Scandinavian Mobile Himmel Oka 3

Himmel is a traditional ornament that has been handed down to Finland since ancient times.

Prayed for the next year's harvest, it was made using rye stalks that had been harvested, and has been popular as an 12 moon harvest festival and Christmas decoration.

 

This time, we will make the basics and octahedrons of Himmel using straws that are easy to handle for the first time. While enjoying color matching in abundant colors, let's make fun with accenting with felt balls.

 

Himmel Oka Mana Ooka

I was shocked by the beauty of Himmel that I saw in a Scandinavian magazine and devised various forms while continuing to make my own. To make it easy for anyone to start, we have a fun classroom full of discoveries that are easy to understand using familiar materials.

 

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11 / 23 (Friday / Holiday)13:00-15:30 11 / 24 (Saturday)10:30-13:00

※ From here onward will be an external site.

Event Dates 2018/11/23(金・祝日)13:00・15:30 11/24(土)10:30・13:00
Time Each time 1 hours 30 minutes
Venue Craft Bibliotech
Entry fee ¥ 3,000 (tax included, sweets, drinks included)
Capacity Each time 12 name
Remarks If you wish to participate with your child, only adults in 5th grade or higher will accept a pair of adults to handle the needle. Children also have the same participation fee as adults.

Business hours

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Moominvalley Park
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DAY TIME

10:00-17:00 PM

NIGHT TIME
(Adventure walk)

17:00-20:00 PM

DAY TIME

10:00-17:00 PM

NIGHT TIME
(Adventure walk)

17:00-20:00 PM

metsä village
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Market hall

10:00-18:00 PM

Viking hall

10:00-19:00 PM

Market hall

10:00-19:00 PM

Viking hall

10:00-20:00 PM

metsä parking lot
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09:30-21:00 PM

09:30-21:00 PM

* Metsä (metsä village / Moominvalley Park) is open all year round.
* From December 2020th (Tuesday) to 12st (Thursday), 29, the metsä parking lot will be charged on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays.