Japan has many fascinating traditional arts and crafts to try. Learn how to dye intricate designs onto cloth, make pretty washi paper or craft your own elegant Japanese accessory. From local pottery styles to traditional toys or decor, don't miss the chance to experience Japan's many art forms.
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  1. Kintsugi is the Japanese art of fixing broken pottery using lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold. Create beauty out of breakages, and enjoy a truly unique work of art.


    Sun, Wed, Sat
    2 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  2. Put brush to paper and watch magnificent drawings take shape. Learn the basics of Japanese Sumie painting in a fun lesson with a friendly English speaking teacher, in the heart of Tokyo.
    English Available


    Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
    (afternoon, evening)
  3. Learn the art of Bonsai in Tokyo with a beginner friendly lesson to make kokedama moss ball planters or a mini bonsai tree. Perfect as a fun group lesson or a relaxing time on your own.

    From USD24.71

    Sun, Mon, Wed, Sat
    1 hour(s) (afternoon, evening)
  4. Learn to make a warm and cute lamp with Japanese paper and metal. The two materials, which look quite ill-fitting, actually set off each other to make a refined lamp shade, brightening up any room.


    2 hour(s) (afternoon, evening)
  5. Step back in time to historic Edo as you use high quality materials to mix a gentle scented sachet, perfect for adding a touch of Japan to your home. The instructor will also teach you about incense!
    English Available


    1.5 hour(s) (afternoon)
  6. Learn how to make elegant cut glass in the traditional Edo Kiriko style when visiting Tokyo. Create your own unique designs, and take home a little bit of Japanese culture!


    1.5 - 2 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  7. Choose from washcloths, handkerchiefs, T-shirts and more to stencil and dye in a traditional style. Give the classic art of batik a try and carefully lay out your design.
    English Available

    From USD29.45

    Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat
    (morning, afternoon)
  8. Transform your choice of T-shirt, tote bag, Japanese wash cloth or handkerchief into an indigo dyed piece of usable art. Create something truly one of a kind.

    From USD18.97

    Sun, Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat
    1 hour(s) (morning, afternoon, evening)
  9. Make your very own traditional Edo Kiriko style glassware that has been around since the early 1800's. Learn to cut glass with intricate designs that even beginners can try.

    From USD42.69

    2 - 3 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  10. Weave an Edo style sudare bamboo mat in a master craftsman led workshop. Passed down for over 300 years, you can learn the secrets behind making your own sushi mat for stylish home dinners.


    2 hour(s) (morning, afternoon, evening)
  11. Edo Sudare is a traditional craft passed down over centuries. Now you can try making a modern Sudare luncheon mat with your own hands.


    1.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon, evening)
  12. Create your very own unique tenugui hand towel featuring a bright and vivid pattern with traditional chusen dyeing techniques. It makes for a useful and fun souvenir.
    English Available

    From USD49.41

    Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
    2.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  13. Furoshiki are a type of Japanese wrapping cloth traditionally used to transport clothes and gifts, even water bottles. Combine practicality and style!
    English Available


    1 hour(s) (morning)

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