“Miniature Origami Bakery” made with familiar materials

Seven Culture Network Co., Ltd.
“Miniature Origami Bakery” made with familiar materials
Seven Culture Club Kitasuna
(https://www.7cn.co.jp/7cn/culture/7cc/school/kitasuna/index.html TEL: 072-992-8100)

The ultimate handicraft is precisely because we live in a world full of digital information. Make cute bread and sweets miniatures with familiar materials. In the new course at the Seven Culture Club Kitasuna store, the author of “Miniature Origami Bakery” will teach directly in the classroom.
In the new winter course “Miniature Origami Bakery” at the culture class Seven Culture Club Kitasuna in Ario Kitasuna, you can make small palm-sized breads and sweets using familiar materials (origami, newspaper, tissues, etc.). Yoko Yokota, the author of “Miniature Origami Bakery” will carefully guide you through the tips and arrangements. It looks delicate, but it is surprisingly easy to make. Let’s enjoy it and finish it deliciously to your liking.
You can enjoy it even after making brooches, magnets, key holders, gift decorations, for playing house, etc.
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Course overview
Date: 1st Thursday 10:30-12:30 (regularly held once a month) * Scheduled to start on Thursday, March 2, 2023
Course fee:
■ Breakdown
Tuition fee: 2,750 yen (tax included)
Teaching materials fee: 330 yen (tax included)
Others: 220 yen (tax included)
Place: 2-17-1 Kitasuna, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 2nd floor, Ito-Yokado Ario Kitasuna store, Sevenka Culture Club Kitasuna store
TEL: 03-5653-3253

-Holding a trial session-
[Theme] Mini macaron
[Experience date] 2023/2/2 (Thursday)
[Time] 10:30-12:30
[Experience fee] 1,100 yen (10% tax included)
[Textbook fee] 330 yen (10% tax included)
[Total] 1,430 yen (10% tax included)
Pre-registration is required for hands-on workshops.
Please apply by phone (03-5653-3253) or from our website.
At the Seven Culture Club Kitasuna store, a New Year campaign will be held from January 4th to January 31st, 2023 with a discount on the admission fee.
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Lecturer: Yoko Yokota
Graphic designer, paper craft artist
(Member of Japan Graphic Design Association (JAGDA))
Self-authored “Miniature Origami Bakery” (2021/Shufunotomosha) In March 1993, graduated from Kuwasawa Design School’s Living Design Department. In 2002, he became independent after working at Yoshitake Design Office and Kan Matsuzawa Design Office. Starting with the special feature of “Nutrition and Cooking” (Kyoto University Press), he has been designing magazines and books related to cooking, nutrition and handicrafts. More than 150 books have been designed as a whole. Many achievements of logo mark creation, stationery design, illustration only.

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