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                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
                Load image into Gallery viewer, LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

            
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LCW22 Repair and Heal at wagumi (Incense making workshop)

This year for London Craft Week, at wagumi we will offer two series of workshops. One will be in kintsugi, the traditional method of ceramic repair. The other is in the processes behind Japanese incense.


Incense in the air, provides a classic smell of Japan when it is present at temples, shrines, and simply to light the home. Japan has a lively industry in scent, with many small and medium sized companies working on their own variations of perfumed wood sticks.

Our workshops will be a collaboration with Kunjudo, a traditional maker of incense based on the island of Awaji in the Japanese inland sea.

Using a pestle and mortar participants will be able to build their own scent and colour combinations, make their own incense and take home the output of their work. The workshop will last approximately 45 minutes, and will include an introduction to incense, and instruction from wagumi staff on the process of creation. While informative on an element within Japanese craft and culture, the workshops will also be fun and accessible to almost any age group.


Dates:

Tuesday 10th May
Thursday 12th May
Saturday14th May
12:00:12:45 / 14:30-16:15 / 16:30-17:15
*Each Session will take 45 minutes approximately.


Booking Details:

Booking: Necessary
Ticket price : £28 per person
Capacity : 8 people per each session  
Regular price £28.00
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