By on September 28, 2010
Historians suggest that Japanese pottery vessels made during the Jomon era dates as far back as 10,500 BCE.   The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS),  the official journal of the United States National Academy of sciences,  published in its reports last year that the earliest pottery vessel excavation made from Yuchanyan in Southern China dates back to some 18,000 years ago.

There is plenty to suggest that pottery has survived centuries and eras that enabled archaelogists, anthropologists and historians of the world to conclude theories about how a particular  community of a certain period viewed its culture, education, and society.

The study of pottery is generally a free form of art expression, where creating each piece marked by your own sense of philosophy has no limits.   Learning  Japanese pottery in particular however allows you to explore the culture and past of the land of the rising sun.

It is never too late to learn this ancient craft. Spare 90 minutes a week working on traditional Japanese pottery and join  a community of diverse and lively group of male and female learners from other countries.

Trial  lessons on Oct  6, 13, 18, or 20, at 9:45am
Fee: ¥2,000
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