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Kintsugi Classes in Tokyo

Best Living Japan offers weekly Kintsugi Classes in central Tokyo. Join one of our Kintsugi classes to learn how to turn your broken bowls and cups into reborn masterpieces, and create accessories with found china and glass. In each class you will learn the basics of kintsugi and how to make simple repairs and objects.

Kintsugi is 400-year-old traditional Japanese craft in which broken pottery is repaired in such a way that the repaired piece is stronger and more beautiful than it was originally.

The tractional method used rice paste as a bonding agent, but that takes about 4 weeks to dry. We will use an epoxy, real natural lacquer and your choice of gold or silver flakes or dust. You will be able to take your piece home immediately and let it set for 24 hours before using.

Please feel welcome to bring your own piece of broken pottery. But if you don’t have a piece we will provide a selection from which can you pick one. We will also provide all materials needed to complete your project in 2-3 hours. No experience necessary, but an open mind, creativity and some patience.

All Kintsugi Classes are 8,500 JPY + 10% JP Consumption tax and are held at the Best Living Japan Studio located at  @ 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo.  Click here for discount voucher information.

2019 Fall Kintsugi Classes

 

Best Living Japan Kintsugi class TokyoMON. December 9, 2019

9:00 – 11:30

 

Kintsugi Bowl, Cup or Plate Making Class in Tokyo

*** THIS CLASS IS FULL ***

Chose your favourite bowl, cup or plate from a broken selection and learn to mend it bringing new life. All materials included.

You may also bring your own item to fix, but I advise if of high value to practice before mending.

**Please note those sensitive to smell may not want to take this class due the odors of materials used.

Best Living Japan Kintsugi class TokyoFRI. December 13, 2019

1:00 – 3:30

 

 

Kintsugi Bowl, Cup or Plate Making Class in Tokyo

Chose your favourite bowl, cup or plate from a broken selection and learn to mend it bringing new life. All materials included.

You may also bring your own item to fix, but I advise if of high value to practice before mending.

**Please note those sensitive to smell may not want to take this class due the odors of materials used.

Best Living Japan Kintsugi class TokyoMON. December 16, 2019

9:00 – 11:30

 

Kintsugi Bowl, Cup or Plate Making Class in Tokyo

Chose your favourite bowl, cup or plate from a broken selection and learn to mend it bringing new life. All materials included.

You may also bring your own item to fix, but I advise if of high value to practice before mending.

**Please note those sensitive to smell may not want to take this class due the odors of materials used.

 

Best Living Japan Kintsugi class TokyoFRI. December 20, 2019

1:00 – 3:30

 

 

 

Kintsugi Bowl, Cup or Plate Making Class in Tokyo

Chose your favourite bowl, cup or plate from a broken selection and learn to mend it bringing new life. All materials included.

You may also bring your own item to fix, but I advise if of high value to practice before mending.

**Please note those sensitive to smell may not want to take this class due the odors of materials used.

 

2019 Fall Kintsugi Classes

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