Kintsugi, a century-old Japanese art of ceramic repairing technique, expresses Wabi-Sabi philosophy to embrace the beauty of impefection. Join us for an intensive 3 hours session on Kintsugi with beautiful teas and light dinner.
The history of Kintsugi art dates back to the 14th century when Tea Ceremony began to spread in Japan to repair the precious tea set. In this session, you will be learning a morden kintsugi technique, which follows the principal of ancient Kintsugi using alternative materials as resin, non allergic lacquer and brass powder which enable us to complete the whole process within the class within 3 hours. It is a intensive workshop requires a high level of concentration and quick actions from time to time. Please also wear something comfortable as the session goes on for more than 3 hours long.
You can select any tea you like from our popular tea menu and we will make sure that you will have plenty of teas through out the session. Light tea flavoured dinner will be also provided.
Limited 4 seats, booking is essential.

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Important Notes (Terms and Conditions):

1, Please make sure that both booking form and ticket payment are completed to secure the whole booking.

2, At the ticket purchase page, please select the free shipping option.

3, The booking for the tea session is for more than 3 hours  (5:45:00pm – 9:00pm), please come on time to enjoy the full experience.

4, Tea and dinner will be provided. Please also indicate dietary requirement when you book.

5, The ticket is non-refundable. It is also non-exchangeable to another date when its been confirmed, however tickets can be transferred to other people for the same session. At lease 2 days notice needs to be given in advance by email.

6, To ensure everyone enjoys the session and respect other guests, please kindly respect our house rule which will be announced in the beginning of the session.

7, Any inquiry about the event please contact us on: hello@mscattea.com.au


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