Tokyo-butsudan (buddhist altars)
Craftsmanship experience! Make red sandalwood chopsticks and muntin coasters.
- Here you can experience the polishing techniques used on wood that supports Tokyo buddhist altars, as well as the production techniques for muntins that are used in the screens of Buddhist altars.
- Lesson Time：40 minutes (with individual variation)
Target Age：Elementary Grade 3+
Capacity (group)：12 people/per lesson
Cost (consumption tax included)：
¥1,500/pair of chopsticks
¥1,200/2 muntin coasters
○ Workshop Meeting Place: Come to the Glass Building Experience Area in the Tokyo International Forum Hall B5 Lobby.
○ Workshop Meeting Time: Please come 10 minutes before the time you have applied for (the start time).
※ If you can not come at the meeting time, priority will be given to people who sign up on the day of the workshop.
In order for as many people to participate as possible, we ask for your understanding and cooperation.