The Centuries-Old Japanese Tradition of Mending Broken Ceramics with Gold
Kintsugi repair is a form of Japanese art, not just a DIY repair method. It has a long history which was practiced by our ancestors from the Edo Era (years: 1603-1868).
Meet the beautiful Japanese Art that helps you repair the broken objects and overcome sorrow
Ceramics and pottery are fragile, strong and beautiful all at once, just like people. During this whole process of Kintsugi Therapy, you learn to become more patient with YOUR SELF, as if you learn how to handle a broken pot, offering the necessary time to mend and repair itself. At the same time, you learn to rebuild yourself and repair your life step by step.
***You can repair 10–20 of broken potteries with 1 Kintsugi Repair Kit!***
Urushi lacquer is made from tree sap and it has been used for 9,000 years by Japanese lacquer masters as a glue, putty, or paint.
2 x 15g Japanese Urushi Lacquers
2 x Paint Brush
1 x Powder Removal Brush
10 g Alternative Gold Powder
10 g Natural Pearl Powder
Thin Bamboo Spatula
1 Plastic Spatula
1 Pure Silk Cotton
1 Small Plate
1 Rubber Glove (Medium size
1 Tonoko Powder
1 Water Resistant Sandpaper
English Instruction Guide
Step by step Youtube Video: 📌 youtu.be/UWa_MyLpZfQ
***We regret that the TURPENTINE OIL included in our Kintsugi Repair Kit is now prohibited from export from Japan, therefore, we cannot ship abroad. The good news is that it is usually available at your local art supply/hardware store.