In kintsugi workshops, you learn a traditional Japanese restoration technique that involves repairing broken bowls with Urushi, a Japanese Lacquer. These mended pieces are then beautifully adorned with gold, silver, and vermilion, transformed into truly unique works of art.

Kintsugi is more than just a craft; it’s a philosophy centered around acceptance and personal growth. By highlighting the scars as a part of the object’s history, Kintsugi symbolizes embracing flaws and imperfections in our own lives. Therefore, this ancient technique serves as a metaphor, teaching us that setbacks can lead us to become even stronger and more beautiful.

Embrace the beauty of imperfection. Join our Kintsugi workshop with Yuki Tessler and learn how to restore broken bowls with a touch of gold, silver, or vermilion. Rediscover balance, acceptance, and personal empowerment through this transformative art form.

To register, click the sign up button below. This will redirect you to where you can choose a workshop. Please note that registration does not go through 't Japans Cultureel Centrum but through Japanworkshopnet. For any questions regarding your registration, payment, etc. please contact Yuki Tessler through