Higashi Kitazawa Class ( SEN STUDIO )


This is a Suiboku-ga class where you can learn a wide range from classical Suiboku-ga using traditional techniques to modern Suiboku-ga and abstract Suiboku-ga.
2hours direct teaching by Shukou Tsuchiya.

General Class( Beginner・Intermediate )

Eligible Age:Over 12 years old
Tuition:¥10,000 / 2 lessons a month(2hours for each lesson)
Monthly fee will be withdraw from your bank account.
If you can't attend the class twice a month, you can move on to the next month.(Valid for one month)

Intensive Course

Tuition:¥20,000 / There is no limit to the number of taking classes a month.


Fee:¥3,000 / 90 minutes
Need reservation in advance.

Class Schedule

Wednesday and Saturday

What You Learn

< Beginner >

You will learn the basics of how to use a brush and how to make gradation using hanshi which is F-5(350mm X 270mm).
Noble Orchid、Loquat、Rock、Grape, etc...

< Intermediate >

Usin F-5(350mm X 270mm) to Hansetsu(1350mm X 350mm)
Scenery、Peony、bamboo、Camellia、Chrysanthemun, etc...

< Advance >

Using Zenshi(1350mm X 700mm)
Scenery、Dradon、Other large works, etc...

You can choose contemporary from intermediate class and above.

Eligible Age:Over 6 years old to 12 years old


We also accept consultations for special classes such as short-term intensive classes.

Enrollment Fee



Upon notice, the class may be cancelled for a certain period of time due to the instructors' creative activities.
If it is within the specified period or number of lessons, you can take irregular lessons such as 2 lessons a day.
As a general rule, Cancellation on the day before the class date is not allowed, and you will be charged for one class.
If you are absent without contacting us for more than 6 months, your register will be removed.


SEN Art&Creative Consulting
FujiTV-Building 2F, 3-5-9 Kitazawa, Setagaya-ku,
Tokyo 155-0031, JAPAN

Walking from Odakyu Line Higashi-Kitazawa Station in 3 min.
Walking from Keio Line Ikenoue Station in 6 min.
Walking from Keio Line Shimokitazawa Station in 10 min.

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