Go from unformed clay to ready-to-fire piece in an afternoon.
What will I learn in this class?
Ever wonder how craftsmen turn raw clay into a wide range of shapes, sizes and designs?
Learn for yourself at this hands-on workshop that’ll see you come away with a unique piece of pottery of your own making.
Participants head to atKiln, located in trendy Aoyama, for a two-hour workshop led by experienced instructors. Students will gain hands-on experience with a potter’s wheel forming and molding clay into small pieces like teacups and rice bowls. Afterwards, staff will fire and set participants pieces.
Participants will have their finished ceramics delivered to their homes a month after this class.
Who teaches this class?
Asami Yamada is a Tokyo native who has been creating ceramics since she was 18 years old.
She has been leading ceramics workshops for more than five years.