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Michiko Studio Group lessons 

Friday night at 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm (EST) only 45 mins! 

@ $18

This is a calligraphy class for Friday night relaxation.
We will practice one character or strokes per class.
Don't overthink it, just breathe and let the brush flow.


Please follow my demonstration and feel the flow with your brush. 

~This class will be focus on "FLOW"~

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Payment: Paypal:
Venmo: @Michiko-Imai


The first 20 minutes will be spent practicing brush strokes using one of the various lines.
I ask you to close your eyes and try to write, then you can feel lines more.
There is no tehon( my example) next to you - do not overthink the shape of the character.

This class will focus on line strokes, rhythm, and repetitive movements.
 Michiko Studio Shodo classes


Calligraphy classes at Michiko Calligraphy Studio  
(Every SATURDAY morning from 9 to 11 am ) $30 for each


*TUESDAY night calligraphy ($60 monthly)
4/11 and 4/25 from 7 pm to 9 pm (EST)

  Silent movement


   Listen to my           calligraphy..

   Escape from
  your busy world,

sit and
  clear your mind.

How important
  the moment is.
Video: 和敬清寂/WAKEI SEIJYAKU- harmony, respect, purity and tranquility in Kaisho Style

(This 4 character saying means "In order for people with different ideas to live together, they must respect each other. Such a mind can only be born from a pure and quiet state of mind. 
A good environment makes your mind right peacefully)

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Japanese calligraphy for Beginner

SHODO (the way of writing) for beginners or those who want to relearn from the basics.

Every Thursday from 10 to 11am (EST) 

Starting from May.4th    $20

Please join whenever you have time and I will be here for you




Venmo : @Michiko-Imai

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Private Lesson are available
( in-person or online)

1 Hour for $60
        90 mins for $80.     2 Hours  for 100
Do/Dou 道 (The Way)


Shodo 書道
(The way of Writing...)
There are a number of ways to research this subject.
For instance, one could find information in books,
the internet, on video and other forms of media.
And although this does help to better understand the subject, it is one thing to read about this subject, and another to be able to perform and practice it.
Understanding Shodo, is a lifelong learning journey.

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