Kintsugi Accessory for Beginners (Private Class)

Let's make some accessories with Kintsugi technique !

2 hours Class size 1 to 4 (public classes), 2 to 8

label $88 - $143 or 4 payments of $22 - $35.75 Afterpay
($88 for Adult, $143 for 1 Adult + 1 child (10-15 YO))

Your teacher, Kintsugi Australia is COVID-19 aware

This means that this teacher won't run a class if they've had flu symptoms in the last 14 days, and will adhere to relevant state restrictions (e.g. on maximum number of students per class)

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We provide washed and tumble dried apron and cotton groves, disposable groves for each students. We also use sanitizer to clean tables, chairs and door knobs. The sanitizers are also available for students.

***This Kintsugi accessory workshop is a private setting for each group (from 1 person)***

Kintsugi is the Japanese ancient method of repairing broken pottery. In this fun and hands on class you will use that technique to make beautiful accessories! You will create accessories with different parts joint together (継ぎtsugi) using beautiful gold(金Gold) lines!

In this beginner’s class, you will learn some of the techniques of Kintsugi and basic knowledge required for making accessories.

You will make two pieces. Please choose from the below on the day:
- One pair of pierced earrings (or ear clips)
- One pendant top and one brooch

You can choose materials from ceramics, acryl parts, Beach glasses and metal parts.

The Kintsugi technique you’ll learn is the similar to 500 years ago, but we use modern materials (epoxy glue instead of lacquer, brass powder instead of pure gold) which doesn’t need as many processes as the traditional one. The appearance of the final product made using the modern technique is very similar to that of a Kintsugi piece made using the traditional technique.

At the end of this class you can create your own accessories with broken ceramics, shells or glass from the beach, or even your treasures joined together!

After completing the beginner’s course, you can step up to the advanced course.

Please note if the private class is more than 6 people, it will be spread across 2 rooms.

Please let us know if have allergies for something.

We do not recommend this workshop if you’re pregnant due to use epoxy glue.

Aside from this class, this teacher also has the following coming up:

Knowledge Required
Perfect for beginners.
What you'll get
All materials will be included as well as tea time. You can choose from ceramics, acryl parts, beach glass and metal parts and you will leave with your own set of Kintsugi accessories
What to bring
Remember to wear old clothes just in case.
Suitable for

This class is a great indoor activity idea for individuals and couples as well as for a birthday, hens party, team building activity, corporate event, bucks party or Christmas party.

This is a fun indoor activity, suitable for adults, and kids (minimum 10 years old). An adult must accompany any attending kids, and must pay for a separate ticket.


Suite 402, 235 Clarence Street

Your teacher
Kintsugi Australia
Kintsugi Australia

Knowledge of Kinstugi from 5 masters

5.0 (240)

Jun moved from Tokyo, Japan to Sydney, Australia in the mid 80', but it was much later until he fell in love with the art of Kinstugi in the mid 2010's where he returned to Japan to pursue more knowledge in the art of Kinstugi.

Since 2015 he has learnt the art from five different masters of the art in Japan. He has now come back to Sydney Australia to teach everyone of all ages wishing to learn and develop their skills in Kinstugi.

He founded Kintsugi Australia in 2018 to spread the knowledge and beauty of kintsugi to Aussies and the world.

Jun was featured on SBS Facebook

Jun’s Kintsugi was featured on the Spanish official site of the interior and design magazine ELLE DECOR!

An article about Jun & Kintsugi by SBS.

Jun was featured on ABC NEWS
Kintsugi teaches that broken is still beautiful — and it can transform how we see ourselves

Jun is a lecturer at the Sydney Community College Kintsugi class.

Jun visited and studied many Zen Gardens in Japan. And he enjoys the minizen garden every day.

Our Teachers
She 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.

She is the first Jun’s student. She learned Kintsugi from 2017 in a Jun’s class. Her knowledge and technique are splendid now. Her Kintsugi is delicate very beautifully.
She knows a lot about Japanese history and Zen Garden.
The teaching is popular with students.

She learned Kintsugi from Jun. She is familiar with Japanese history and Zen Garden.Her teaching is very kind.

Masano was born in Kyoto, the home of Zen Garden. She has been familiar with Zen Garden since childhood.

Verified reviews

Maggie Ong • Sep 2020

She is very friendly and helpful to guide the whole lesson.
Make very easy to understand the whole process.
I’m vey enjoying .

Renee Chan • Aug 2020

Exceptional class. One on one tuition in a lovely studio. Hitomi and her husband are wonderful hosts and talented artists keen to share the history behind the kitsungi technique and their story about bringing it to Australia.
Finish your class with a cup of Japanese tea. A lot of fun and I love my finished piece. Highly recommend!

Skye Fordham • Jul 2020

I would highly recommend this course. The teacher was fantastic- friendly, easy to follow and encouraging. All materials and equipment are provided and of high quality as well as the implementation of Covid safety precautions.

I was taught by Jun's wife and I wish I wrote down her name as she was amazing. I was very relaxed during the course, having clear instructions and resources given to me, while relaxing tunes played. Time was taken to provide a brief history of the Kintsugi practice, well as an explanation of the philosophy.

The team and environment are warm and welcoming. No hard sell either. You can tell that they have a passion for Kintsugi and love passing it on to others.

Eliza Sullivan • Jul 2020

This was my second kintsugi class, and I enjoyed it just as much as the previous! Gorgeous materials provided to make the jewellery, and very helpful instruction :)

Pottery workshop review by Eliza Sullivan Sydney

Nicolle Pascual • Jul 2020

Had an amazing time learning the kintsugi technique. I brought my best friend here for her birthday and we enjoyed our class making beautiful pieces of jewellery! Would reccomend to everyone :)

Kintsugi Accessory for Beginners (Private Class) review by Nicolle Pascual

Alison Cantlon • Jun 2020

We had a fabulous time learning a new skill and the teachers were wonderful. Very helpful and kind.
I would highly recommend this class.

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Wejdan Shamala • May 2020

I took my husband to this workshop for a surprise birthday treat. Mrs. Hitomi-san was lovely and her instruction was very clear and helpful. The class was very organised and timed appropriately. The Japanese tea gesture was very kind and welcoming. We loved every part of the class.

Cynthia Hui • Mar 2020

Thank you Hitomi-san for teaching me the traditional art of Kintsugi. I’m walking away with some lovely earrings Arigatougozaimashita

Kintsugi Accessory for Beginners (Private Class) review by Cynthia Hui

Maria Brookes • Mar 2020

Wonderful experience learning about the ancient Japanese technique kintsugi. The instructor has a very warm and welcoming manner, she led us through the workshop with step by step instructions. Our group loved the turorial, the materials and particularly the final products! Arigato

Victoria Pertierra • Mar 2020

We had a wonderful class! Teacher Hitomi was very patient and explained to us the art of Kintsugi, and the steps needed to make our accessory pieces. I really enjoyed this class and look forward to taking another one soon.

Pottery workshop review by Victoria Pertierra

Ana Isaacs • Mar 2020

Hitomi was very lovely and I learnt a lot. I am very happy with my experience!

Kate House • Jan 2020

The teacher was lovely and very informative. She provided an interesting history of where Kintsugi originated from. My friend and I had a lovely time, well worth the money with all the materials provided.

Marina Rofe • Jan 2020

We attended the Kintsugi workshop for beginners with Kitomi. There were 6 of us and it was a great session. Kitomi was hands on and patient and helped us make some really beautiful accessories. The session was just the right length, there was time to pick our pieces, learn slowly and have some fun conversations and laughter. This is a fantastic session for any group who is keen for some fun craft in a relaxing environment. Thank you

Samantha Hartley • Jan 2020

We had a lovely time at our workshop! Hitomi made us feel very welcome and guided us in making some beautiful jewellery. I’d love to come back !

Meng-Ju Lee • Jan 2020

All prepared and ready for us to make unique accessories. Wonderful experience with history and culture. Clear and helpful instruction and support.

Pottery workshop review by Meng-Ju Lee

Jyri Kaapro • Jan 2020

Class and teacher were great I was impressed with knowledge and delivery went home with a great product

Helen Curry • Jan 2020

I gifted the workshop to my ten yo daughter and we did it together. We both thoroughly enjoyed it. Hitomi is a thoughtful host and excellent teacher. Knowledgeable, helpful, passionate about the craft. Highly recommend this to anyone looking for a fun entry point into kintsugi.

John Luckman • Dec 2019

I booked an afternoon workshop for me and my partner.

The Kintsugi workshop was a fantastic creative experience, it was easy to get into and surprisingly fun. Our teacher, Hitomi was patient and encouraging with us, teaching us how to continue the practice if we wanted to and providing us tips and tools on where to get the same materials. She also explored the history of Kintsugi and was overall really hospitable despite us staying overtime. We were really happy with the venue and the end product was something we were pretty proud and surprised we were able to make.

Highly recommended.

Ka Cheng • Dec 2019

It was a enjoyable class with Hitomi. She was very helpful and patient. nice to have learnt something about the philosophy behind kintsugi while at the same time made a nice pair of earrings for myself!

Pottery workshop review by Ka Cheng

Penny Longmore • Dec 2019

Very interesting and something I knew nothing about previously. Good to do something creative at the weekend

Dalia Kaldas • Nov 2019

I went to the workshop with my daughter. Hitomi was delightful. She had the most amazing range of ceramics and glass- so very beautiful and after we had chosen our pieces Hitomi went through step by step explaining what we need to do. We enjoyed chatting about Japan, Kintsugi and where to find supplies. We loved it and went home with some beautiful jewelry.

Sarah Martin • Nov 2019

Lovely teacher and relaxing environment to learn new skill. Lovely sense of learning something special and ancient

Raquel Gonzalez • Oct 2019

The teacher was very nice and attentive.The classroom was comfortable. I made 2 brooches and the materials were easy to use

Courtney Macdonald • Sep 2019

Hitomi was a kind and patient teacher and I loved hanging out and creating beautiful accessories in her relaxing studio. There was a variety of beautiful ceramic, glass and acrylic pieces to choose from, which meant that the accessories I made were truly unique. I loved this class.

Rajeshwari Tikhile • Sep 2019

It was y great class! Both the instructors are really warm and patient. I would recommend it to anyone looking to learn and new skill. The conversation I had with Hitomi was really insightful. Definitely worth it! Thanks Hitomi :-)

Daniel Portelli • Sep 2019

We had a great time. We learnt the ancient art of Kintsugi. It's so beautiful, sweet, and relaxing. Our teacher was very nice and explained everything. Its very meditative and a soulful philosophy. She offered us macha tea and biscuits. And we talked about her travels to japan,
shogun, ramen and about the masters of Kintsugi. I recommend anyone interested in ceramics and japanese culture to give this workshop a go!

Anna Urakawa • Jul 2019

I had a lovely class recently with Hitomi! She’s a very welcoming and patient teacher who explains and demonstrates each step of the kintsugi process. Tea and cookies were delicious whilst we waited for the glue to dry. At the end of the class I was provided with a detailed printout and tips on where to purchase my own materials. The venue was easy to find and the class great value for money if you’re after a new skill! Highly recommend.

Laura Moore • Jul 2019

Our teacher Hitomi was very welcoming and provided a great variety of materials. She was patient as we took a little longer than expected. We had heaps of fun and ended up with 2 beautiful pairs of earrings!

Katrina Stanmore • Jul 2019

Highly recommend if you love unique jewellery with meaning. The results are amazing. My ten year old daughter and I had a delightful few hours with Hitomi. Shes a beautiful, talented lady who made us feel very welcome. We were thrilled with our earrings & pins and loved the history behind Kintsugi. Highly recommend this workshop as something special and unique. Great value for money. We ended up making a weekend of the visit to the CBD with lunch at the QVB and staying overnight. Would definitely do any class with Hitomi again.

Tomomi Suzue • Jul 2019

It was my first time to join the class and it was the best class I ever had. The teacher was really friendly and she explained all the details step by step. She also taught me about the beautiful meaning of Kintsugi and the culture. I chosen to make a pair of pierced earrings with beach glass. I could choose from variety of materials and I was so happy that I could make the only one earring in the world. I’ll definitely join the class again to make a pendant top and would love to step up to the advanced class.

Heidi Gibbs • Jun 2019

Fantastic class.
Hitomi was a great teacher with a wide knowledge and passion for her craft.
Highly Recommend.
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