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Kintsugi Jewelry Making Class

Kintsugi Jewelry Classes in Fall 2021
Fri, October 22 : 9:15 – 11:45

Best Living Japan Studio, 3-17-12 Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0047 S
Lauren Bliss Kawasaki

¥7,500 ( +10% Japan Consumption Tax )

Bulk deal
Quantity Discount Discounted price
2 - 20 10% ¥6,750

Buy 2 or more classes classes get 10% off until Dec 31, 2021 23:59

In the Kintsugi Jewelry Making Class we will be building off of the Intro to Kintsugi Class and Intermediate Kintsugi Class by learning how to make a necklace pendant, earring or broach. You will love your new piece and treasure it for years to come.

The art of kintsugi is about learning how to make what is broken more beautiful than it once was. A piece of pottery, porcelain and other materials can be reusable with simple repairs, which adds to the visual and stable value of the piece.

Ages 14+ re welcome. Materials will be provided.

Kintsugi Jewelry Classes in Fall 2021
Fri, October 22 : 9:15 – 11:45

Lauren Bliss Kawasaki, best living japan

Lauren Bliss Kawasaki has been learning kintsugi, indigo and washi arts for over five years and teaching for two. She is a Mom of four kids, three pets, and Co-Founder of Best Living Japan. Lauren was a studio art major in undergrad but was sucked into the business world graduating with an MBA from Harvard Business School and working 20+ years in the corporate world (Hill & Knowlton, Clorox, and & She retired in 2014 to follow her creative passions and help empower other creators to identify and pursue their passions and make money.


Lauren Kawasaki’s Classes in Fall 2021  – 

Introductory Kintsugi
Intermediate Kintsugi
Kintsugi Jewelry Making
Introduction to Aizome (indigo): Resist & Tying
Intermediate Aizome (Indigo): Needles & Stitchwork
Advanced Aizome (Indigo): Design Making
Washi Egg Paper Arts
Chabakko Paper Arts
Ikkanbari Paper Arts