Making Edo Kiriko Glass
Edo Kiriko glassware is a type of cut glass, and the name refers to a traditional technical method during which clear colors and delicate patterns are cut into the glass. This method was developed during the Edo Period in Tokyo, and for this reason it’s named Edo Kiriko Glass.
Its transparency is seen to represent elegance, and it is popular in Japan as a souvenir of celebration.
✓ ¥ 9.700 per person (TAX included)
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How to book
How to book?
You can enter your account anytime to see your request and the status. For any questions contact us here.
✓ During this workshop you will experience cutting a pattern into glass with a specialized machine.
✓ After this process is completed you can bring your finished work home as a souvenir.
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