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Old-World Japan through Pottery

Service provided by TABICA

Try your hands at a classic Japanese art

Overview

  • Summary Japanese Pottery Workshop Try your hand at this traditional Japanese art form and make your very own piece of pottery alongside a real Japanese potter! Pottery is one of Japan's oldest cultural traditions, with artefacts dating back over 10,000 years. Join us as we delve deep into Japan's history and culture, then take what you learned to create your own original masterpiece. In this experience, a professional craftsperson will guide you through the steps to make an authentic piece of Japanese pottery. First, choose your favourite design (feel free to personalize it too!). Then, guided by the host, you will carefully work the clay into your desired shape. Finally, the potter will bake your work in their studio and post it to your home when it's done! (The process takes approximately 6 weeks.) This activity is a wonderful way to experience Japanese history and culture, while also creating a one of a kind memento of your time in Japan.
  • Category Culture and Crafts
  • Area Tokyo
  • Age range Any
  • Experience Time 1.5 hours
  • Availability 05/27/2017 - 05/27/2017
  • Maximum number of participants 7
  • Minimum number of participants 2 Trip will be cancelled if the required minimum number of participants is not met.
    Accompanied infants participate for free.
  • Weather Restrictions Available Rain or Shine
  • Price ¥2,500 (adults)
    ¥2,500 (children)
    Free (infants)
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Hikaru KHAN

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  • Cancellation Policy We are unable to refund cancellations made after 23:00, 0 days prior to your reserved date.
  • Included in the Price
    Experience,
    Local-Craftsman,
    works of pottery,
    Interpreter
    
  • Area
  • Things to bring / Note please come in cloth you don’t mind getting dirty *After workshop, your master pieces will be delivered to your home Delivery fee: ¥1,500 per 1 group
13:40 Meet at the 13 of Shibuya station 14:00 Introduction to the host and craft’s history 14:10 Crafting time 15:00-15:20 Finishing touches 15:20-15:30 Picture opportunity & Q&A session
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