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POTTERY (EXPERIENCE ONLY) - JAPANESE SAKE CUP

Pottery (experience only) – Japanese Sake Cup

What is  Japanese Pottery?

Pottery is one of Japan’s oldest art forms, dating all the way back to the Jomon period (between 10,000 and 300 BCE). Japan is recognized as having one of the oldest and longest ceramic traditions in the world.

 

Pottery can be shaped into anything from works of art to everyday practical objects such as kitchenware or tableware. Pottery making techniques can be used to create bowls, plates, cups and any other form your imagination can think of.

 

Pottery making is a great traditional cultural experience to try if you have the opportunity to visit Japan. See if you can create a unique piece of artwork with your own hands.

 

※ During this workshop you will experience using a potter’s wheel.  You won’t be able to bring your work home, but a Japanese sake cup will be given to you as a souvenir.

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What is Japanese Pottery?

Pottery is one of Japan’s oldest art forms, dating all the way back to the Jomon period (between 10,000 and 300 BCE). Japan is recognized as having one of the oldest and longest ceramic traditions in the world.

Pottery can be shaped into anything from works of art to everyday practical objects such as kitchenware or tableware. Pottery making techniques can be used to create bowls, plates, cups and any other form your imagination can think of.

Pottery making is a great traditional cultural experience to try if you have the opportunity to visit Japan. See if you can create a unique piece of artwork with your own hands.

Price

✓ ¥ 9.700 per adult (TAX included)

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Activity summary

During this workshop you will experience using a potter’s wheel

You won’t be able to bring your work home, but a Japanese sake cup will be given to you as a souvenir

 

Additional Information

Once we confirm your reservation, we will contact you with the details.

 

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2 reviews for Pottery (experience only) – Japanese Sake Cup

  1. Tina T.

    Finally got a hang of how to use the potter’s wheel.

  2. Anthony D.

    Instructors were very nice and informative

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