"Porcelarts" is coined word of "Porcelain" and "art". It's very popular hobby among Japanese ladies because easy, fashionable, and looking high quality. Porcelarts is originating in Japan and instructors are all Japanese, so you may not find this experimental in guide book. In this experimental class, you will design a white ceramics with various designed stickers including Japanese traditional designs "WAGARA". Basic choices of vessel are fan-shaped plates, round plates, mug cups, green tea cups. You can choose in advance, or at atelier. It doesn't require any special skills, only one required skill is "using scissors". After 2 days of process ( burning in kiln), I can send your works wherever you want.( ship fee is not included) So, please let me know your destination after 3 or 4 days of the lesson. At the end of the class, I'd like to offer Japanese style teatime. During this relax moments, feel free to ask me about anything like sightseeing, lifestyle of Japanese, language, slangs, or about me :) Special present: photos of your works which I take with modern Japanese photo styling so that you can use for SNS!
Japanese snacks and green tea
I'm an instructor of "Porcelarts" -Japanese ceramics designing-. I've been teaching Porceparts for almost 2 years in many places like my atelier, at school, cafe etc. . I'd like to offer this experience because "Porcelarts" is so easy for everyone including kids, and simply think "only one in the world" souvenir is just way of cool. Buying souvenir is fun, but it'll be amazing if we can make it by ourselves and share the memory of experience after going back home. Besides, I have lived in the US( 1 yer) and Thailand(6 yrs), so be able to communicate in English. I grew up in Osaka, and am living in Nagoya(6 yrs), so I can tell you the highlights of sightseeing of both places during the lesson.
We will conduct our workshop in our house. It takes 10 mins walk from station to my place, so I pick you up at Ueda station Tsurumai line.
9月25日 水曜日 10:00～12:00
Please take off your shoes at the entrance. Please make sure you are not drunk.
Japanesestyle tableware designing