The 9th Kintsugi “Asobi” Exhibition

The 9th Kintsugi “Asobi” Exhibition

Japanese Traditional Crafts
Kintsugi Workshop Kuh is pleased to announce an exhibition.

You can also try your hand at the exhibition.
We look forward to seeing you at the exhibition. 

Date and Time
Saturday, March 18 – Wednesday, March 22, 2023
12:00PM – 5:00PM

Gallery 5610
5610, 5-6-10 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Tel : 03-3407-5610

Nearest Station
4 minutes walk from Omotesando Station, 16 minutes walk from Meiji-jingumae (Harajuku) Station, 16 minutes walk from Gaienmae Station

Exhibitors (names omitted, in no particular order)
Katsura Akemi, Mariko Obayashi, Yoshiki Tsunoda, Masako Ueto, Satomi Kamoi, Hitomi Kawai, Michiko Sunaga, Shoichi Sunahara, Yasuko Suzuki, Yukie Someya, Etsuko Takahashi, Sawako Takahashi, Tomoshige Tomomi, Hiroko Nakamura, Mariko Nakayama, Keiko Namiki, Sayuri Nomiya, Kazumi Hamada, Miyoko Fujii, Hideko Fujiwara, Tomoko Masuda, Naomi Mikami, Masako Motono, Midori Mizoguchi Mieko Yamaguchi

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Kintsugi workshops will be held

You can also have a hands-on experience at the venue during the period of the exhibition.
March 18, 19 and 21
Working time: 90 minutes (one-on-one)
What to bring: Vessels to be repaired (with small chips), box of containers to take home, apron
Fee: ¥5,000
Reservations required: Please register at

Mariko Obayashi, Satomi Kamoi, Hitomi Kawai, Yukie Someya, Etsuko Takahashi, Sawako Takahashi, Tomomi Tomoshige, Keiko Namiki, Sayuri Nomiya, Miyoko Fujii

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A technique of carefully restoring broken or chipped lacquerware or porcelain using lacquer and gold.

The artifacts restored by kintsugi have a beauty that was not present in the original pieces.

These are just a few of the photos of some of the pieces on display, but many more are on display.

Please come and see them at the exhibition.

March 18, 2023 Saturday
On the day of the event, it was cold from the morning, but many visitors came despite the rain.

Kintsugi Workshop Kuh
Organized by Kazue Ito

The BBC is the public service broadcaster of the United Kingdom.
The Japanese art of fixing broken pottery – BBC REEL