What you'll do
Sampuru (sample food) is plastic food that is seen on display in restaurants throughout Japan. It's durable, looks realistic, and makes for a unique and inventive souvenir. I am a certified instructor of Fake Food Art. I'll teach you how to mold resin to create a sample that looks so good you'll want to eat it. In this work shop, you can create 4pieces of Sushi magnets or another Japanese delicacy. If you would like to 6pieces of Sushi, please refer to →https://abnb.me/r1fmNtuPFX
I am a national licensed guide and a certified fakefood art instructor who is passionate about this century-old art. I started learning to make fake food art in 2015, and received my license in 2016. In 2017, I started teaching fake food art at workshops, events, parties, and so on. Interviewed by a newspaper, The Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, Piti Koshimura on Japan Travel, https://en.japantravel.com/tokyo/food-samples-workshop-in-tokyo/40610 China Daily @girlcityvideo, https://youtu.be/PSoh3ZOwbFA and a magagine, Hong Kong Walker.
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Where you'll be
We will meet in Iriya, the birthplace of Fakefood. The workshop place is a minute walk from Iriya station on the Hibiya Line and 20 minute walk from Asakusa. Kappabashi, or Kitcen Town is located about 10 minute walk from the workshop.
Things to keep in mind
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Up to 5 guests ages 8 and up can attend.
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