Edo Kiriko Glass Cutting Experience in Asakusa

Love for Edo Kiriko Glass

Reviewed by: J_L, 2017/09/12

The experience was great. The instructor knew a lot of English and was a good teacher; she worked with me to design my own custom piece. I am in love with my new little piece of art and I would recommend this opportunity to anyone who wants an experience different than the tourist spots. (It is a bit tough to find...when you arrive at street level, walk straight ahead about 10-15 feet and turn right onto the street. It looks like an alley, but it is not. Look for small blue signs with the house number. When you find the store that sells glass and crystal ware, you have arrived. The location/house is on your left side.)



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Attended as:Solo Travelers
Activity Date:2017/09/10
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Kirk Glass Cutting

Reviewed by: Aynirette Negron, 2017/06/30

Was interesting and difficult to do it so perfect as they have but was very good class. Loved it

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Attended as:Families with Young Children
Activity Date:2017/06/22
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So much fun!

Reviewed by: Melissa G., 2017/05/14

Fantastic English speaking instructor. A lot of fun to do as a couple! We had a blast and love our beautiful glasses.

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Attended as:Couples
Activity Date:2017/04/09
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Do this when in Tokyo!

Reviewed by: Meg, 2016/07/25

This was again a very tricky place to find, but in a tiny studio there were 6 stations to work at and 6 students. We were given samples to look at and choose from. It was very tricky, but very doable if you choose something simple. Downstairs was a gallery of glass work that was incredible. Very awesome and well run class. Our instructor spoke English!


  • This was very cool- There were 6 of us and we each had our own station to work at.


  • Not too bad for my first shot!

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Attended as:Friends
Activity Date:2016/06/21
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