Tamba Pottery Painting Experience in Hyogo tours, activities, fun things to do in Hyogo(Japan)|VELTRA
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Tamba Pottery Painting Experience in Hyogo
 
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What to expect

Design and paint your very own classic Tamba ceramic. Spend time learning the tradition and history of Tamba ceramics as you decorate your own kitchenware.
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Price per Adult/Child :
Adult/Child (Age 3 & over)
USD 8.46
USD 8.46
Total:
Adult/Child (Age 3 & over)
USD 8.46
USD 8.46
Price per Adult/Child :

Overview

Morning, Afternoon, Evening
0.5 hour(s)
Available Daily
Without pick-up
Inclusions: Activity fee / Lesson fee / Material fee / Glaze fee / Firing Fee

Schedule

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Start time :
10:00

Meet at Marumatsugama

Begin Painting (Approx 30 min)
丹波焼 まるまつ窯
10:30

Activity Ends at Marumatsugama

Transportation add-ons

Not available

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Drop-off/Check-out Time & Location

Notes

Restrictions

  • Children 3 years old and above can participate in this activity.

Additional notes

  • It will take approximately one month for your piece to complete. You are welcome to come pick up your product at the site or have it sent to you. If you wish to have it sent to you, an additional fare for shipping will be needed on site.
  • This tour will be held only in Japanese.

Required items to bring & attire

  • Please wear comfortable clothes.

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Activity Provider Tanbayaki MARUMATSUGAMA

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Payment / Cancellation Policy

Payment Methods
  • Credit card payment
Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 1 hours prior to the activity start time will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

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Tamba Pottery Painting Experience in Hyogo
Design and paint your very own classic Tamba ceramic. Spend time learning the tradition and history of Tamba ceramics as you decorate your own kitchenware.