One Day Workshop

One day workshop at 2k540 will be held on 29 and 30 March.
Each day has 3 sessions starting from: 12:30, 15:00 and 17:30.
Each session will take approximately 2 hours, and make one small accessory.

If you are interested, please see the details below and post a message via mail form below (in the right column). Just for caution, on 30 March, you can benefit more from the lession if you have command of Japanese, even a little.


Information required for application:
1. choice of a course (A - D) and time
2. type of accessory
3.experience in tsumami craft
4.colour group of your choice for the accessory

小梅A: Petit Plum Blossoms
Session available on: 29 March
Starting at: 12:30, 15:00, and 17:30

Small but pretty accessory with pearl bead and swarovski.
Suitable for the beginner.
Those flowers can be attached to either small hair comb or broach pin.

Lesson fee: 3000 yen


カメリアB: Camelia
Session available on: 29 March
Starting at: 12:30, 15:00, and 17:30

Gorgeous cameila and small flowers gather to make a broach or hair accessory.
This is a rather challanging piece for the beginner, so recommended to those who have some experiences with tsumami craft.
However, we welcome challange, so let us know. It, however, may be neccesary to prepare more than 2 hours of work ahead to complete this as a first-timer.

Lesson fee: 4500 yen


h30.jpgC: Chrysanthemum
Session available on: 30 March
Starting at: 12:30, 15:00, and 17:30

Chrysanthemum is a much regarded flower in Japan as is used for the symbol of Emperor's family crest.
This small broach with a perl drop is suitable for the beginners.
Task can be comfortably completed within 2 hours!

Lesson fee: 3000 yen


h45.jpgD: Kanzashi with Cherry Blossoms and Chrysanthemum
Session available on: 30 March
Starting at: 12:30, 15:00, and 17:30

It will be a beautiful Kanzashi to wear with two symbolic flowers of Japan, and a swinging tassel.
Depends of the choice of colour, it will go with dresses and even with a pair of jeans.
This lovely piece has only one downsite - the first-timers may take a bit longer than 2 hours.
Still intereste, then contact via mail form to arrange time and fee.

Lesson fee: 4500 yen