|19th October 2021|
Scottish Storytelling Centre
43 - 45 High Street, Edinburgh Old Town EH1 1SR
|Event organiser/part of Scottish International Storytelling Festival|
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Experience the art of Kamishibai storyboard with renowned storyteller, harpist and Urasenke Japanese Tea Master Mio Shudo.
Along with enchanting harp music, Mio will welcome you to the world of original Japanese storytelling and show you how to create Kamishibai and some secret tricks!
You will also learn manga drawing techniques, story composition and performing skills. You will also learn manga drawing techniques, story composition and performing skills.
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