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Poterie avec rare argile locale à Nara

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 83 commentaires.Nara, Japon

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Expérience organisée par Masashi

2 heures
Inclus : nourriture, boissons, équipement
Jusqu'à 8 personnes
Proposée en Anglais

Au programme

First I explain a little about what is special about “Akahada-yaki”. Then I hand over the raw clay to guests for appreciation and touching.Imagine this clay will be given life and become a work in your daily life! Have in your mind a image of your own design. Eg. If you participate with your partner, making same teacups for each other might be a memorable experience! I will also advise for your design from easiness of making or solidity in use. When design is finished, then we start building and shaping by wheel throwing. (See my demonstration!) It’s really a fun to turn a wheel! You can either concentrate in your work, or get more inspiration watching at my works in the gallery.
Final step is to scrape and write your name at the bottom of your work.
That’s how it works! And let’s have a tea break and Japanese sweet over imagining the finished condition of your work. I will dry and bake your work, then duly pack it , which takes 2 to 3.5 months in total till dispatching for shipment. (International shipment cost should be additionally paid at the class. For some countries shipment may not be possible, please ask.)
First I explain a little about what is special about “Akahada-yaki”. Then I hand over the raw clay to guests for appreciation and touching.Imagine this clay will be given life and become a work in your daily life! Have in your mind a image of your own design. Eg. If you participate with your partner, making same teacups for each other might be a memorable experience! I will also advise for your design from easiness of making or solidity in use. W…

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Ce qui est inclus

  • À manger
    Japanese sweet
  • À boire
    Please choose from either black tea or coffee, or tapioca drink.
  • Équipement
    Apron, towel (if you need)
À partir de $48
par personne
mar. 7 juil.
11:00 - 13:00
$48 par personne
$48 par personne
mar. 7 juil.
14:00 - 16:00
$48 par personne
$48 par personne
mar. 7 juil.
16:00 - 18:00
$48 par personne
$48 par personne

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Masashi

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2019
  • 83 commentaires
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Nara has its own traditional local pottery, and the most popular pottery class is now introduced on Airbnb!
Akahada-yaki is one of the traditional pottery started in 16c by the order of Lord Toyotomi, using clay from Mt.Akahada of Nara. Amazing thing is I myself go and take the clay, and use it in our class! Akahada-yaki's most beautiful feature is the reddish color of unglazed part of the pottery! I am one of the descendants of the ancient pottery family, and devoted my 30yrs’ life in to pottery alone! Why not enjoy together making your only one Akahada-yaki work at my atelier& gallery?
Nara has its own traditional local pottery, and the most popular pottery class is now introduced on Airbnb!
Akahada-yaki is one of the traditional pottery started in 16c by the order of Lord Toyotomi, using clay from Mt.Akahada of Nara. Amazing thing is I myself go and take the clay, and use it in our class! Akahada-yaki's most beautiful feature is the reddish color of unglazed part of the pottery! I am one of the descendants of the ancient pottery family, and devoted my 30yrs’ life in t…
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À propos de l'association : ウェルネスインバウンド協会



Nara Wellness Tourism (Wellness Inbound Association) is a non-profit organization providing private tourist, families, corporate retreats, etc. with unique and detailed (not touristy) experiences of Nara. https://www.gonarastay.com/ They help Nara-based shrines, temples, ryokans, stores, and individuals, etc. to be recognized globally.

Le montant perçu pour cette expérience solidaire est intégralement reversé à ウェルネスインバウンド協会.

Le lieu

My atelier is just one minute walk from Kintetsu Nara station. My recommendation of your day plan is to first visit Todaiji and Nara park, and spend your afternoon here. You can appreciate my works in the gallery, or relax at the first floor café (famous for Tapioca drinks) before or after the class. Nara’s sightseeing info is also available in the café. The 3 word address is ///betrayed.vets.gravy
https://map.what3words.com/betrayed.vets.gravy

Évaluation de 5,0 sur 5 sur la base de 83 commentaires.

Tim
mars 2020
Excellent experience! This was our first time making pottery and they were awesome with their advice, help & were very patient with us. One of the coolest things we did in Japan and I can't wait to see how our pottery turns out.
Tracie
mars 2020
Masashi is an amazing artist who helped us create our own beautiful works of art. He shared tea, snacks, and stories with us and we enjoyed spending time in his workshop chatting after our session. The Flamingo cafe downstairs from the studio prepared the most delicious banana milk bubble tea & offered us free pink face masks for our journey home. Thank you both for a great experience, and your generosity. We are looking forward to seeing our finished pieces!
Masashi is an amazing artist who helped us create our own beautiful works of art. He shared tea, snacks, and stories with us and we enjoyed spending time in his workshop chatting a…
Michael
mars 2020
We really enjoyed the class. Masashi was really friendly. We stuck around for about an hour after talking about cranes, bears, america, food, nara, and whatever else came to mind. We only left after I realized we had gone way past time and were about to miss out on our other plans.
We really enjoyed the class. Masashi was really friendly. We stuck around for about an hour after talking about cranes, bears, america, food, nara, and whatever else came to mind.…
Cecilia
mars 2020
It was my second pottery making experience with Masashi-san, an amazingly patient and encouraging teacher and true expert in his field. The quality of the clay provided was of superb quality and unique in Nara. Look forward to my third experience there!
It was my second pottery making experience with Masashi-san, an amazingly patient and encouraging teacher and true expert in his field. The quality of the clay provided was of supe…
Elysse
mars 2020
This was my favorite experience so far. It was so unique and Masashi was a great teacher. If you're thinking about doing this, you must! You won't regret it, it's an amazing experience:)
Cameron
mars 2020
What a delightful afternoon. Showed us each step and helped us to finish our bowls. Friendly chatting and understanding his family history of ceramics. Looking forward for our bowls to arrive home in Australia

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Conditions d'annulation

Toute expérience peut être annulée et intégralement remboursée dans les 24 heures suivant l'achat, ou au moins 7 jours avant qu'elle ne commence.

Pièce d'identité officielle

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Critères requis pour les voyageurs

8 voyageurs âgés de 3 ou plus peuvent participer. Les parents peuvent emmener leurs enfants de moins de 2 ans.

Plus de conseils

If you would like our international shipment of your completed pottery, please check with us the cost and delivery acceptability by country.

Ce qu'il faut apporter

Come with casual clothes, thanks!