Beginner’s Kintsugi at Home

With DIY craft kit delivered to you

Learn how to repair ceramics using Japanese Kintsugi methods at home



2 hours Class size 1 to 5

label $160 - $280 (or 4 payments of $40 - $70 Afterpay)
($160 for 1 Box, $280 for 1 Box for 2 people)



This is a ClassBento virtual Live/Box class! From the comfort of your home, share an artisan experience with your friends, family or colleagues, or enjoy with like-minded others. Our Live/Box classes have been featured on The Guardian, TimeOut, Broadsheet, Concrete Playground, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Vogue, and more. Here's how it works:

  1. Book or Request your preferred time
  2. We'll deliver a ClassBento Box to you - this is a physical DIY craft kit containing the materials you'll need. Shipping is free, and you'll get your box delivered in time for your class. We ship nationwide.
  3. Enjoy the online class. After booking, you'll receive a link to a Zoom meeting. At the time of the class, use that link to join. During the class, you can easily ask questions and get immediate responses. Zoom is free and easy to use, on any device. You're in control of your privacy - you can mute yourself and hide your webcam if and when you prefer.

Are you looking for unique things to do at home? Or want a new creative hobby that's super relaxing? Why not try out this online Kintsugi class with a craft box delivered to your door!

The Japanese art of Kintsugi, a method that has been used for over 550 years to repair broken ceramics using lacquer with Gold powder.

“Kin” means GOLD
“tsugi” means JOINT TOGETHER

In this workshop, the modern materials are used such like Epoxy glue, so anyone can easily do it !

The principle behind Kintsugi is that by embracing your flaws and imperfections, you can create something even stronger and more beautiful.

This meditative and meaningful indoor activity can be practised during this live streaming class from the comfort of your own home. Try out one of these creative classes with a friend (or group of friends!) and create something that is unique, new and sustainable from something that was once broken!

By the end of the class, you'll have an entirely repaired ceramic and the skills to repair anything else broken in your home!

Please note:

  • Bookings are required at least 10 days in advance.
  • Please let us know if you have any allergies.
  • We do not recommend this workshop if you’re pregnant due to the use of epoxy glue and putty.
  • If you apply one box for 2 people option, please join from the same place.


Knowledge Required
Beginner-friendly.
 
What you'll get in your craft kit
  • Set of glues 12g x 2
  • Epoxy putty 10g
  • Gold powder substitute 3g
  • Masking tape 1
  • Diamond file 1
  • Toothpicks
  • Cotton swabs
  • Rubber glove 1
  • Plastic spatula 1
  • Brush 1
  • Scissor 1
  • Cutter 1
  • Broken plate
What you'll need
  • A clear workspace
  • An apron
  • Cotton gloves
  • Old newspaper
  • Hand sanitiser
Your teacher
Kintsugi Australia
Kintsugi Australia

Knowledge of Kinstugi from 5 masters

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Kintsugi Australia is located in Sydney and the only organisation in Australia completely specialised in kintsugi, offering private and group lessons, repair and kintsugi artistic creations. After completing the traditional course, the students can join the Kintsugi Dojo where they can continue to create their own work of art, and they can improve their technique to become kintsugi masters.

Kintsugi Dojo is available only in Sydney main studio, but online Dojo is starting in February 2021.

Beginner’s, Traditional and Kintsugi accessory courses are held in Melbourne nearly every month and occasionally in Brisbane.

Jun Morooka is a kintsugi master. He is an expert in the Traditional Kintsugi method with natural lacquer (urushi) and gold. He has also developed his own method using modern material, bringing innovation to an ancient technique. He accepts commissions to repair broken pottery and ceramics with kintsugi.

Jun Morooka was born in Tokyo in 1959. He moved to Sydney in 1987 and in 2008 he started to manage a Japanese restaurant called JIPANG. He fell in love with kintsugi after watching a TV documentary. He decided to go back to Japan to train with five kintsugi masters in Kanazawa and Tokyo. In 2018, he established Kintsugi Australia in Sydney.


Jun Morooka teaches Traditional Kintsugi and Modern Kintsugi in Sydney, Melbourne and Newcastle, he exhibited his artwork at the Sydney Adventist Hospital in the Cardiac Rehabilitation Department. "Kibou" and "Negai" were displayed in the hospital to show that scars can become beautiful.

In June 2020, "Jikuu" was selected as a finalist in the 2020 Northern Beaches Art Prize - Open Category. The artwork was selected among over 800 entries and was displayed during an online exhibition (31 July - 30 September 2020).

Jun Morooka has appeared on a number of media outlets, such as ABC News and SBS Australia. An audio interview is available on SBS Japanese Radio and a video interview on SBS Australia Facebook page. He was also featured on ELLE DECOR (Spain).

Jun Morooka was invited to give a kintsugi lesson during the TV Show The Bachelor Australia aired on Channel 10 on the 17th of September 2020.

Our Teachers

  • Hitomi is Jun‘s wife. She learned Kintsugi from Jun. She has a Kintsugi Accessory Class. Hitomi is a naturopath and healing expert and has visited many Zen Gardens for research.
  • Kumi learned Kintsugi from Jun. She is familiar with Japanese history and Zen Gardens. Her teaching is very kind.
  • Noriko leaned Kintsugi from Jun. She has many years of experience of working in Travel agency and has a lot of knowledge of Japan and its culture.
  • Masano was born in Kyoto, the home of Zen Garden. She has been familiar with Zen Gardens since childhood.
  • Kimie is the first of Jun’s students. She learned Kintsugi from 2017 in a Jun’s class. Her knowledge and techniques are splendid now. Her Kintsugi is delicate very beautiful.

Verified reviews

We only show reviews from customers who have paid for and attended this class


Shelley  •  Feb 2021


What a wonderful way to spend an afternoon! Kumi was lovely and made it really enjoyable! Plus a great piece to keep at home!

Pottery workshop review by Shelley

Lisa Chaffey  •  Feb 2021


Kumi was patient and knowledgeable, and she was a joy to have as a teacher

Pottery workshop review by Lisa Chaffey
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