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Kintsugi Workshop

Try your hand out at Kintsugi, the Japanese art of not simply repairing broken ceramics or pottery, but also of reinventing shattered pieces as a work of art using lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold or silver. This workshop by…

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The Fundamentals of Personal Financial Management

This interactive webinar is packed full of great advice on understanding the emotional or soft skills behind successful personal money management. Often, when people tackle money management, they dive into the technicals or run from the topic out of fear…

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Guraku Asakusa

Does pandemic life have you missing all the delicious festival food? Well, at Guraku Asakusa you can learn how to bake one of Japan’s most popular street foods, taiyaki, the fish-shaped, waffle-like snack. Choose from a variety of fillings like the…

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HIRO Workshop

Five minutes on foot from Inokashira park, HIRO Workshop is for those who want to try their hand at making custom jewelry and leather goods but aren’t sure where to start. Mr Hiro will guide you through the process of…

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Wanariya Workshop

Hidden in a quiet, offbeat street in Asakusa, Wanariya is a cozy Japanese indigo dye studio that sells hand-dyed and hand-woven apparel and goods. Join its English-friendly workshops held in their studio in Senzoku to create your own crafts in…

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Ganso Shokuhin Kappabashi

Ever wondered how they make the realistic looking plastic food in restaurant windows? Or do your cooking efforts rarely result in something edible but you still want a chance to regain some tenuous form of culinary credit? Get a glimpse…

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EAST WORKS: Let’s Make Wagashi!

This one day course is for anyone who wants to experience the art of wagashi making. The class will include crafting colorful flowers made from sweet white bean paste and sugar and learning how to set them in a transparent…

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East Works: Let’s learn modern style Kintsugi

Kintusgi – Japanese traditional technique to repair broken ceramics with lacquer dusted or mixed with powdered gold or silver. Kintugi’s popularity exists because – beyond repairing your broken pottery  – it often makes the final product look even better than…

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ICC Kids Program 2021: Tune Up and Chime In

This year’s Kids Program is entitled “Tune Up and Chime In”. Since last year, many people have started rediscovering themselves and seeing their environments differently. The theme of this exhibition is to think about yourself, not isolated, to think of…

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Tiny Zine Season 7

What’s the difference between a zine and a regular book or magazine you see in bookstores? A zine is a self-published work produced by independent creators. The number of copies is limited but there’s no limitation on the content: illustration,…

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