Beginner’s Kintsugi Workshop

Beginner’s (Modern) Kintsugi Workshop

You will learn about the wonderful art of Kintsugi, the ancient Japanese art of mending broken pottery using lacquer with gold, platinum or silver, which dates back to 15th century Japan.

The philosophy of Kintsugi is that an object is sometimes broken. However, this is part of its life, and rather than throw it away it can be repaired and the cracks remain to show its history.

This is a beautiful art to learn while also helping with sustainability as you are not throwing things away!

In this beginners class you will learn some of the basic techniques of Kintsugi, similar to those used throughout its 500 year history. In this class modern materials are used so it can be learnt by anyone with ease.


Course schedule

Sydney CBD City Class

Weekdays  10:30~, 13:30~,  18:00~
Sat   13:30~, 13:30〜
Sun  10:30~   13:30~

Address: Suite 402, 235 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000


Artarmon Saturday Morning Class

Sat 10:00~

Address: 28 Elizabeth Street, Artarmon, NSW 2064


Duration  time  :   1.5 to 2 hours

Cost :   A$120

You can get

  • Much knowledge of the Kintsugi
  • A beautiful Repaired Kintsugi plate
  • A Small easel to display the Kintsugi
  • Original Textbook
  • Substitute gold Powder

How to book ?

Please see dates, reviews and book at ClassBento

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by Email: kintsugi2000@gmail.com


Cancellation and Refund Policy

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Review from Students

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David Wan Apr 2019
An enjoyable and fantastic experience! I would definitely recommend this to all my friends. Jun (the teacher) is very kind and friendly, leading you through the history, philosophy of Kintsugi with detailed and patient instructions for your hand-on experience. After 2 hours of workshop with chatting and laughing, you will have your own beautiful Kintsugi ceramics, a piece of art that you can display or use. And after the beginner workshop, now I feel like I can repair my family and my friends’ broken ceramics. I certainly enjoyed the entire experience, including the lovely tea break and Japanese cookies!Please click here for More Reviews