A historical workshop filled with the sound of hammers
GYOKUSENDO Co,.Ltd.

Founded in 1816. For centuries they have been making hand-hammered copperware. After starting with kettles, they expanded their range to include teaware, barware and flower vases. Throughout their long history, they have produced more than 300 hand-hammering artisans, with Norio Tamagawa was chosen as a living national treasure in 2010. Their tableware is made from a hand-hammered sheet of copper; each product shines and fits better in one's hand with age. During the festival, they will hold workshops in which visitors can make a large sake cup (Experience 1) or small dish (Experience 2) as well as hosting a pop-up kitchen by DAIDOCO (Experience 3).

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10:30-
13:30-
14:30-
Make small pate with hammered copper
Fee: 1,000 yen
Capacity: 5 persons per workshop
What to do: By hammering copper, participants can make small pate. Workshop will take approximately 50 minutes to complete.


10:00‐13:00
DAIDOKO pop up kitchen
Fee: ask
What to do: Menus include
-Curry
-Tsubame Coffee iced coffee in glass made of hammered copperplate
-Shaved ice with autumn vegetables and fruits
-Steamed bread made from vegetables harvested in Tsubame-Sanjo


10:00-
11:00-
13:00-
14:00-
15:00-


10:30-
13:30-
14:30-
Make small pate with hammered copper
Fee: 1,000 yen
Capacity: 5 persons per workshop
What to do: By hammering copper, participants can make small pate. Workshop will take approximately 50 minutes to complete.


10:00‐13:00
DAIDOKO pop up kitchen
Fee: ask
What to do: Menus include
-Curry
-Tsubame Coffee iced coffee in glass made of hammered copperplate
-Shaved ice with autumn vegetables and fruits
-Steamed bread made from vegetables harvested in Tsubame-Sanjo


10:00-
11:00-
13:00-
14:00-
15:00-
16:00-


10:00-15:00
Making large sake cup
Fee: 7,000 yen
Capacity: 10 persons per day
Reservation / Inquiries: Tel 0256-62-2015 or Email info@gyokusendo.com (Accept reservations from 8/24-9/4, participants are chosen by lot if there are more than 10 reservations)
What to do: With the instructions by the artisans, participants can make their own large sake cups. Using copperplate, the participants can experience cup making process from forging, hammering, heating, tin-coating and coloring.


11:00-16:00
DAIDOKO pop up kitchen
Fee: ask
What to do: Menus include
-Curry
-Tsubame Coffee iced coffee in glass made of hammered copperplate
-Shaved ice with autumn vegetables and fruits
-Steamed bread made from vegetables harvested in Tsubame-Sanjo


10:00-
11:00-
13:00-
14:00-
15:00-
16:00-


10:00-15:00
Making large sake cup
Fee: 7,000 yen
Capacity: 10 persons per day
Reservation / Inquiries: Tel 0256-62-2015 or Email info@gyokusendo.com (Accept reservations from 8/24-9/4, participants are chosen by lot if there are more than 10 reservations)
What to do: With the instructions by the artisans, participants can make their own large sake cups. Using copperplate, the participants can experience cup making process from forging, hammering, heating, tin-coating and coloring.


11:00-16:00
DAIDOKO pop up kitchen
Fee: ask
What to do: Menus include
-Curry
-Tsubame Coffee iced coffee in glass made of hammered copperplate
-Shaved ice with autumn vegetables and fruits
-Steamed bread made from vegetables harvested in Tsubame-Sanjo