Keeping the Japanese nail making, which is the base for Tsubame-Sanjo’s metal production
HIZUKURINO UCHIYAMA

For almost 400 years, this company has been creating traditional Japanese nails in Sanjo. Their nails have been used in the restoration of shrines such as Ise Grand Shrine, as well as in temples, castles, teahouses and other cultural institutions. While inheriting the passion of their former masters, they continue to introduce new materials and techniques in order to make the impossible a reality and to keep historic architecture intact.

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9:00-12:00
13:00-16:00


9:00-12:00
13:00-16:00


10:00-11:00
14:00-15:00
Make Japanese nail
Fee:1,000 yen
Capacity: 2 persons per workshop
Reservation / Inquiry:
FAX0256-38-9056 or mail info@wakugi.com(deadline: 9/25)
What to do: Participants can try processing heated, softened iron. They will make Japanese nail or chopstick rest.


9:00-12:00
13:00-16:00


10:00-11:00
14:00-15:00
Make Japanese nail
Fee:1,000 yen
Capacity: 2 persons per workshop
Reservation / Inquiry:
FAX0256-38-9056 or mail info@wakugi.com(deadline: 9/25)
What to do: Participants can try processing heated, softened iron. They will make Japanese nail or chopstick rest.