Painting Fox Mask Kitsune

God's Messenger, Kitsune(FOX)

Let's paint the white Mask of God's Messenger Fox

Fox face that often appears in the anime of Japan.

Anyone can easily draw a fox face using acrylic paint. Choose from half and full-sized foxes to paint.

You look at the sample and paint.

Even if you make a mistake, over again with white paint, Even small children can enjoy it.

Entry fee : ¥4,000-

The time required : 90min

About Fox Mask Kitsune

- History -

What is "Kitsunemen" Fox Mask?

Fox Mask will be for a lovely handmade gift, inspired by what appeared in the "Noh" theater of the Japan.. in the Inari Shrine you make the memories of a wonderful trip.

In particular white kitsune is the messenger servants of the deity Inari, appearing as protectors with the power to ward off evil spirits. Whatever your interpretation of the kitsune myth, you can have fun making one of these masks for either your own collection of cool Japanese culture items, or as a gift for a loved one this holiday season.


Fushimi Inari is the most important of several thousands of shrines dedicated to Inari, the Shinto god of rice. Foxes are thought to be Inari's messengers, resulting in many fox statues across the shrine grounds.

Fushimi Inari Shrine has ancient origins, predating the capital's move to Kyoto in 794.

Steps to work

1. Choose the size of the mask

2. Consider mask design

3. Practice in drafts

4. Paint on the mask

5. Make a name tag

6. Making Matcha green tea and drink

7. Wearing a Haori then Photo session


Notes on reservation

  • The experience time is 90 minutes.
  • Drinking tea & photo time is 30minutes.
  • Work shop is Total 2 hours.
  • Accepted from 6 years old or older, but children under 12 years of age parents should join together.
  • Workshop generally consist of two to five people.
  • In some cases, you may not be the only party participating in the workshop. As such, please take care not to arrive late.
  • Your workshop may be cancelled if you are over 15 minutes late. Thank you for your understanding.
  • If you use reading glasses, please make sure to bring them to your workshop.

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