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Ever since I was little I have loved making hundreds of little things and accessories. Whenever I was stressed at school and work, I could start to make something and feel more relaxed. I love knitting, patch working, embroidering and I believe that creating something is very therapeutic and heals our minds.
I studied Fashion (Dress making) in Junior college in Japan. After I immigrated to Australia, I worked as a tour guide but when I suffered from bronchitis, I studied a lot of natural medicine and went on to became a naturopath. I’ve been teaching natural therapies for more than 10 years, and am now doing Kintsugi Art. I learned Kintsugi from my husband Jun (who is founder of Kintsugi Australia).
I love Yobitsugi which is another Kintsugi method which repairs using pieces from other ceramics. I really enjoy creating colours just like patch working! I’d like to share how to create beautiful Kintsugi accessories with you. They will make you both your eyes and mind enriched.
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