Japanese ikkanbari class Best Living Japan Studio

Japanese Decorative Fisherman Baskets Class

Join us for a Tokyo Japanese Decorative Fisherman Baskets Class this 2021 Spring. Learn a new art & craft that you can enjoy as a new skill.

Ikkanbari is a traditional handicraft in the Kagawa Prefecture where taking old and worn-out items (especially damaged baskets) and making them new and beautiful again. The technique is similar to paper-mache, in which several layers of wash paper is pasted to a frame base, such as baskets, and then varnish for a very strong and durable finish. You choose the washi and fabric from the Best Living Japan selection, or you may bring your own.  You will start with a prepped basket (cms 32 x 10 x 25) with a sturdy handle and take home a beautiful and useful basket to be used for everyday shopping or storage.  Class session and all materials is 12,000 yen (including tax).

**Please note the class time does not allow for varnishing, but this can be done easily at home. The teachers have varnishing supplies you can buy after the class to take home and complete.

All classes are held at the Best Living Japan Studio located at  @ 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo. Best Living Japan offers cooking, lifestyle, and crafting classes.

2021 Japanese Fisherman Basket Decorating Classs

Japanese ikkanbari class Best Living Japan Studio **Class Full**TUE. Mar 30 

9:15am -11:45am

Ikkanbari (Japanese Fisherman Basket)

Ikkanbari is a traditional handicraft in the Kagawa Prefecture where taking old and worn-out items (especially damaged baskets) and making them new and beautiful again. You choose the washi and fabric from the Best Living Japan selection, or you may bring your own. The technique is similar to paper-mache, in which several layers of wash paper is pasted a frame base, such as baskets, and then varnish.   Class session and all materials is 12,000 yen (including tax).

Japanese ikkanbari class Best Living Japan Studio TUE. Apr 27 

9:15am -11:45am

Ikkanbari (Japanese Fisherman Basket)

Ikkanbari is a traditional handicraft in the Kagawa Prefecture where taking old and worn-out items (especially damaged baskets) and making them new and beautiful again. You choose the washi and fabric from the Best Living Japan selection, or you may bring your own. The technique is similar to paper-mache, in which several layers of wash paper is pasted a frame base, such as baskets, and then varnish.   Class session and all materials is 12,000 yen (including tax).

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