Letting us the chance to practice with the knife mastered locals and learning a very typical experience.
It was great to learn how to make and take care of high quality Japanese knives from a master with 70 years experience.
Learning how a knife was put together and getting to try it for myself.
The knife sharpening!
The Museum visit and the explanation on how to Sharp a knife
The explanation about the different knives because I could understand more about the differences and uses for each type. The I liked the sharpening part because it was very interesting seeing how an action. That looks very rough in the end is actually very smooth and precise.
Irene Comas Chercoles
Learning with the masters how to sharp a knife. They were so patient and nice and it’s a good experience cause everything that I learnt I can use it back home.
Favorite moment was the knife sharpening. I learned something that would be useful to me in the future and the staff was very helpful and friendly. They seemed very engaged about teaching us the basics of knife sharpening and providing everyone with a full experience, even if we were running a bit out of time. Taking the knife home is also very lovely.
Seeing the workers perfect the knives and being able to help put them together as well.
Sharpening and putting handles on the knifes, learning about the process to create a knife, hearing from the workers who have been making knives for their whole life, and being able to take home your own knife.
- 伝統工芸 包丁づくり@大阪 堺 -柄付け・研ぎ-
- 〒590-0935 大阪府堺市堺区神明町東1-1-1
- 10:00 - 18:00