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History and Present of

Cutting Glass


Glass cutting methods were introduced to Japan from Europe.

How did these skills spread across Japan, and how is it different from European glass cutting methods?

We, at Sokichi, a professional glass selling company, will share the knowledge we have cultivated by handling and manufacturing glass.


You can get glass carved by our artisans at the end of our class (as seen in the example photo). 




Adults: ¥ 7,700 

U18: ¥ 6,600

School: ¥ 6,000


Weekdays: 10:15 13:00 15:00
Holidays: 8:30 10:15 13:00 15:00 16:45

90 minutes each time
* Please contact us for times other than the above.


What to bring: None

Number of participants: 2 to 8

Supported languages: Japanese, English


Age: 9 years old ~


Online classes are also available.

* There is no maximum number of participants for online events.

*You will be charged for each screen.

Course + Experience


Adult: ¥7,700

U18: ¥6,600


Weekdays: 9:45-12:30
Holidays: 9:45 12:30

Each session is 120 minutes long. Please select 30 minutes before the available time when making a reservation.
(For the 13:00 session, please select 12:30)

*Times other than those listed above are also available. Please contact us for details.


Important Notice

What to bring: Hair clip (if necessary), reading glasses (if necessary)

Number of participants: 1 to 12 people

Supported languages: Japanese, English

*If you select English, the entire commentary will be in English.

Ages: 9 and up

*The content will be changed according to the age of the guests. Please let us know when making your reservation if you have children participating.

Content example
・ What is the origin of cut glass?
・ Tools and methods for cut glasses ・ What is the difference between Western and Japanese cut glasses?
・ What is a colored glass?
・ What is the difference between now and old Kiriko? ......

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