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Nozomu Takagi, a lacquerware master, established this new studio in 2017 after 13 years of training in Kyoto, Japan, to carry on the techniques of Kyoto lacquerware.

Kyo-lacquerware flourished with the introduction of lacquer culture from the ancient capital of Nara to the Heian period in 794.

Having developed along with the tea ceremony, it possesses an inner beauty of wabi( simple elegance) and sabi( refinement).

Discerning tea masters, who were involved in the tea ceremony in various ways, required tea caddies, confectionery containers, trays, and other items to serve matcha tea.

The studio produces tea ceremony utensils and tableware, and also repairs and restores arts and crafts, such as the restoration of the Ofunaboko floats used in the Gion Festival.

[045-01] Entry Level Kyoto Makie Creation Experience a Serving plate. Show detail

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Why don't you make your own original Maki-e tray (confectionery plate) and learn about the history and techniques .

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Reservation deadline: 14days before
Number of participants: 2~4 people
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Price:
14,000yen
Time Required:
about 1 hour

[045-02] Advanced level:Visit the Studio and experience authentic lacquer painting and Matcha serving experience Show detail

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Visitors can try their hand at lacquering a straw or spoon made of wood from Keihoku, Kyoto, using the Kyoto-purified Urushi lacquerware technique.

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Reservation deadline: 14days before
Number of participants: 2~4 people
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Price:
21,000yen
Time Required:
about 1.5 hour