- Would you like to make an authentic tsuishitsu lacquer pendant?
“Tsuishitsu” is a type of “choshitsu,” one of the three techniques of Kagawa urushi lacquer art, in which a lump of urushi coated with layers of various colored urushi lacquer is polished to reveal beautiful layers of color.
Location Kagawa Shitsugei Gallery “irodori” Craft Studio (closed on Mondays)
913-2, Yohkayama, Naoshima, Kagawa, Japan (near the Art House Project)
Duration (Session 1) 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
(Session 2) 1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Number of guests Up to 8 people per session (minimum 4 people) Fee 18,000 yen (tax included): Credit cards accepted. How to apply Please apply from the form below at least two weeks before the desired date.
Experts will guide even beginners to make their own original delicate pendants.
Although natural urushi lacquer is used, you will work with completely dried urushi, so there is no need to worry about rashes.
However, those who are sensitive to even dry urshi lacquer are not allowed to participate.
You can take your ﬁnished work home with you.