Edokiriko-shop Ojima Glass

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Edokiriko is a traditional handicraft that carves a pattern on the surface of glass.On the Denbouin Street in Asakusa, there is a shop that sells in-house products.The studio in Taito-ku Ward holds hands-on classrooms for elementary and junior high school students. It is possible to instruct about 30 students at a time.

Genre

Traditional Artwork

Address

Shop
2-3-2 Asakusa
Taito-ku
Postal code:111-0032

Studio
4-49-7 Asakusa
Taito-ku
Postal code:111-0032

Public Transportation

Shop: 5 min. walk from Toei Asakusa Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tobu Isesaki Line “Asakusa” Station / 5 min. walk from Tsukuba Express “Asakusa” Station
Studio: 13 min. walk from Toei Asakusa Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tobu Isesaki Line “Asakusa” Station / 13 min. walk from Tsukuba Express “Asakusa” Station

Business Hours/Open Hours

Shop/9:00–17:30
Studio/9:00–14:00

Closed

Shop: Open 7 days/wk. / Studio: closed Mon.

Admission

High school students and younger (to age 18) 2,700 yen per person / Adults 4,860 yen per person, tax included.Capacity about 30 persons

Home Page

Edo-kiriko( External link )

Phone

03-4285-9664