Osaka Naniwa Tinware, a Traditional Craft
What we'll do
Have you ever heard of the traditional craft of Osaka Naniwa tinware?
Osaka Naniwa Tinware is metalwork made in the area around Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture. Using the metal tin as raw material, a variety of products are made, including Japanese and Western-style sake cups, tea utensils, flower vases, and other vessels, as well as sacred and Buddhist ritual utensils. In 1983, it was selected as a traditional craft designated by the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry.
This tour will visit the Osaka Naniwa Tinware workshop.
You will visit the workshop and create your own tin tumbler or tin sake cup with your original design.
Please come to the ticket gate.
3-chōme-4 Komagawa, Higashisumiyoshi Ward, Osaka, 546-0043
- Price per person (tax included)
- 48,400 JPY - / person
- Max participants
- Up to 4 people
- Hosted in English
- Things you need to know before the tour
Please wear normal clothes that you don't mind getting dirty, as this is a workshop where artisans usually work.
If the workshop is busy, the tour may be cancelled.
Tours and hands-on experience will be offered at the tinware workshop.
Today is always the most enjoyable day.
Hello, my name is Taku. I have been guiding visitors to Japan as an interpreter guide mainly in the Kansai area since 2015. I do not have any special expertise, but I aim to provide friendly guidance so that you feel as if you are visiting your relatives living in Japan. If you want to enjoy your trip, please contact me.