Tokyo with kids – pottery

Tokyo with kids – pottery

3 years ago

SOMETIMES I RUN OUT OF IDEAS ON WHAT TO DO WITH THE KIDS. WE WERE HESITATING TO GO ON A WEEKEND TRIP, A DAY TRIP OUT OF TOWN, VISIT SOME MUSEUM….BUT I LIKED THE IDEA OF LEARNING SOMETHING NEW, ALL TOGETHER.

I GOOGLED AND FOUND THIS LOVELY WORKSHOP – UZUMAKOTOUGEI – RUN BY TEIMOUR WHO USED TO LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY SO THE CLASSES ARE IN JAPANESE AND ENGLISH!

WE HAD ONE HOUR DURING WHICH SHE GAVE US SOME BASIC INITIATION AND WE ALL MANAGED TO MAKE THREE ITEMS. THERE IS THE OPTION TO GO BACK TO DO THE GLAZING ONCE THE PIECES ARE DRY, BUT FOR THIS TIME WE JUST CHOSE THE COLOR WE WANT FOR EACH DISH AND I WILL PICK THEM UP ONCE THEY ARE READY IN 4-6 WEEKS.

WE LOVE TO USE THE DISHES WE MAKE OURSELVES. IT FEELS DIFFERENT TO EAT OUT OF A HAND MADE DISH.

POTTERY

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POTTERY POTTERY

USEFUL INFORMATION
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Uzumako Ceramic Art School■〒105-0041
Shimizu house 1F,3-29-11 Shiba, Minato-ku,Tokyo
■Tel:03-6809-6363
■Email:info@uzumakotougei.com
■Website:http://www.uzumakotougei.com

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● about Fee:
The class is for one hour and you can make 2 or 3 works.Finally you need to choose those which would like to keep for firing.
The basic fee for each person is 3500 yen plus firing fee about 1000 Yen for each works. Firing fee depends on size and number of your works.
We accept cash and credit card.
●Cancellation eein case of cancellation or rescheduling, please let us to know 8days before reservation time .

>>2-7days before reservation: 30%of basic fee

>>1day before reservation: 50% of basic fee

>>The same day of reservation : 100% of basic fee

●Access:

To see the access to Uzumako and route Please check HERE.
To see the sample of pottery works please click this link.

pottery
HAPPY FAMILY

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