Gyotaku pronounced Ghee-oh-Tah-koo, from Gyo – “fish” and taku – “rubbing”. As long ago as the 1800's Japanese fisherman used Gyotaku to record their catch. Now it’s an artform practiced all around the world. Try your hand at this ancient art and have a beautiful print to take home with you. Fun for all ages!
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