Kintsugi Workshop in Japan


☆ Weekend intensive Traditional Kintsugi Basic Course (8 and 9/Feb/2020)
☆ Beginner’s Kintsugi Workshop (8 or 9 /Feb/2020)
☆ Kintsugi Accessory Workshop (7 /Feb/2020)
At Suite 203A, Lift 1, Level 2, The Block Arcade, 282 Collins St, Melbourne

Weekend intensive Traditional Kintsugi Basic Course

3 lessons on one weekend

8th (Sat) and 9th (Sun) February 2020

***Afternoon Class*** 
Saturday  13:30-15:15 (lesson 1) & 15:30-17:00 (lesson 2)
Sunday  13:30-15:15 (lesson 3)
Maximum 8 people  (Only 2 seats left)

Cost :   A$ 385

You can get
1, Much knowledge of the Kintsugi
2, A beautiful Repaired Kintsugi plates
3, Special black box with your name & Traditional orange cloth
4, Textbook
5, Substitute gold Powder
6, Certificate of completion

Option : Kintsugi Kit $88 (valued at $110)


How to book ?
Please make a booking from here !


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by Email:

Beginner’s Kintsugi Workshop(2hours)

Saturday, 8th February 2020
10:30〜12:30   (1 seat left)
18:00~20:00  (1 seat left)
Sunday, 9th February 2020
10:30-12:30 (Full booked)
Maximum 8 people for each classes (We close as soon as we reach capacity)

Cost :   A$ 120
You can get
1, Much knowledge of the Kintsugi
2, A beautiful Repaired Kintsugi plate
4, Text
5, Substitute gold Powder

Kintsugi Accessory Workshop (2hours)

Friday, 7th February 2020
18:00〜20:00 (5 seats left)

Cost :   A$ 88
You can get
1, Much knowledge of the Kintsugi
2, Your own Kintsugi accessories (1 pair of earrings OR 2 brooches)
4, Text
5, Substitute gold Powder


How to book ?

Please make a booking from here !   ClassBento

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us by Email:

Review from Students

Christene  from Melburne  (attended April 2019)

attended the traditional kintsugi intensive workshop in April 2019.  The workshop is hands-on so expect to learn by doing.  Jun is an excellent teacher who presents a course that is informative, thorough and well planned. We were given information, written materials and a kit to continue to work on our projects after the classes are over.   I would highly recommend the course if you are visiting Sydney or can’t commit to a regular weekly session.  We also enrolled to learn the modern method over the weekend and would also recommend that if you have the time to do this also, it is very worthwhile to learn both techniques.  Thank you Jun!

Janice  from Melburne  (attended April 2019)

Dear Jun,
I greatly enjoyed attending your 2 day weekend traditional Kintsugi and modern Kintsugi courses. You covered all the steps for both methods clearly and thoroughly, and your presentation was excellent.After completing your courses I feel confident to practice these techniques at home, and I appreciate that you have provided sufficient materials and written instructions for me to do this.Thank you Jun, it was fun.Please also thank your wife for her kind hospitality.     


Kent from Perth( attended April 2019)

I am keen to try do it myself in Perth!  I really enjoyed it!


  Jane & Anaabbel from Melburne (attended July 2019)  Having always been fascinated by the philosophy of Kintsugi that something broken can be reassembled “to be even more beautiful” we made a trip to Sydney and enrolled in a 2day intensive course with Jun. We had a fabulous couple of days – we were greeted with a warm welcome and our Kintsugi materials were well organised and waiting for us on our desk so we could get to work. Jun explained the techniques clearly and thoroughly and provided written instructions as well. He was alongside us whilst we worked giving us encouragement and tips along the way. We now feel equipped and confident to practice these techniques at home and are so glad we came and did the course. Both of us returned to Melbourne feeling refreshed and relaxed 

Thankyou to Hitomi for her warm hospitality- we loved the Japanese tea and biscuits and laughing and chatting with you both throughout the course. If you love Kintsugi- we can not recommend this course more highly.


Jun Morooka
Jun moved from Tokyo, Japan to Sydney, Australia in the mid 80′, but it was much later until he fell in love with the art of Kinstugi in the mid 2010’s where he returned to Japan to pursue more knowledge in the art of Kinstugi.

Since 2015 he has learnt the art from five different masters of the art in Japan. He has now come back to Sydney Australia to teach everyone of all ages wishing to learn and develop their skills in Kinstugi.

He founded Kintsugi Australia in 2018 to spread the knowledge and beauty of kintsugi to Aussies and the world.

☆ Jun is a lecturer at the Sydney Community College Kintsugi workshop!

☆ Jun was featured on ABC NEWS
Kintsugi teaches that broken is still beautiful — and it can transform how we see ourselves

 Jun’s Kintsugi Art


Occasionally held Please contact us for details


Tokyo Station → Saitama Shintoshin Station
JR Ueno Tokyo Line 5 Stations 28 minutes

Shinjuku  → Saitama Shintoshin Staition    
JR Saikyo Line (Akabane transit) 6 stations36 minutes

Shibuya  → Saitama Shintoshin Staition   
JR Shonan Shinjuku Line (Urawa transfer) 39 minutes

A staff member waits for you 15 minutes before the course with a name board with Saitama Fukutoshin station ticket gate.

☆ Please be on time.



Please pay by Cash (Japanese YEN)on the Spot.

For registration, please email us on


We hope to see you soon !