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The origins of kamishibai go back to the 12th century. The monks travelled the country to convert the Japanese to Buddhism. They used illustrations, painted on canvas rolls or on cardboard boards slipped into a wooden frame that they carried on their back

Kamishibai or “picture theater” literally means “paper theater game”. This technique of storytelling of Japanese origin is based on sequential images (cardboard boards, originally made of paper) scrolling in a small wooden or cardboard theater. It is similar to the Guignol theater, but with images instead of puppets.

> From 3 to 6 years old – duration 45mn
> Number of seats limited to 15 children
Date / time
Friday 12 April10:30 > 11:30

Other dates
  • Tuesday 16 April10:30 > 11:30
  • Friday 19 April10:30 > 11:30
  • Tuesday 23 April10:30 > 11:30

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