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By the 14th generation craftsman
of the House of Senoshi,
classes are held in both Kyoto and Osaka.
Photo from June 2020. Students are currently required to wear masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
These classes are for those who wish to commute regularly to learn more about the Ikkanbari techniques and perhaps create larger works. Feel free to ask about the frequency of classes.
In addition to residents of Kyoto, students attend classes from as far away as Kyushu and Hokkaido.
Participants can bring items that were passed down in their family over generations, or items discovered in storage, to be repaired or remade so that they are once again useful in daily life.
Skill acquisition class
At the start of the class we will ask you about your needs and interests, and the type of work you wish to create.
We can flexibly adjust the frequency and period of classes accordingly.
- please inquire
- 1 to 5 people
- Any age may participate.
5,000 Yen (tax included) enrollment fee
Class fees: 5,000 Yen (tax included) per 2 hours + materials and other expenses such as shipping
(Shipping fees are not incurred if the student takes home their work immediately)
*Overseas shipping available
Address: Ukyo-ku, Kyoto
Dates: 1st, 3rd Friday every month
Example student works
We display works by our students and from exhibits.
These include works from the Fukushima classroom that operated for six and a half years following the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.
The works include the repaired works of tea boxes, strainers, and chests that were damaged and carried away by the tsunami that struck after the earthquake.
- Example student works
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Traditional Ikkanbari from the House of Hirai Ikkan Senoshi Atelier Yume Hitori
Address: Ukyo-ku, Kyoto Detail
Closed: irregularly (please contact us for operating days) Zuiho Onoe, 14th generation proprietor