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Japanese Timber Spoon Making

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Event description

Join instructor Nobuyuki Ohashi from KOITOYA Design. Make. Teach. for this full day spoon making workshop. Nobuyuki will guide you through the process of making your own unique timber spoon using Japanese carving tools. Nobuyuki will help you select your timber from a range of species while you choose your preferred spoon shape (3 options available). At the end of the day, you will have made your own wooden spoon, gained knowledge of carving techniques and timbers, and had hands-on experience using Japanese tools. 

All materials will be supplied. 


About Nobuyuki

Nobuyuki Ohashi is a professional furniture maker working at KOITOYA and Thor's Hammer. Nobuyuki is passionate about wooden cutlery making and has exhibited his works in Canberra and Japan. He is originally from Japan and has 12 years of experience as a wood worker.

KOITOYA is a Canberra-based business designing and making wooden craft and furniture, and teaching woodwork courses based on traditional Japanese skills and ideas. Hiroshi Yamaguchi, the founder, gained his experience and skills in a traditional, private school in Takayama, Japan, a town famous for its carpentry tradition. After 17 years designing, creating and teaching craft and furniture making in Japan, he moved to Canberra in 2012 with his family and established KOITOYA in 2015.


Support Artists and Learn from the Best  

Craft + Design Canberra Anytime workshops provide an opportunity for audiences to learn from the unique skillsets of our members: individuals who are highly regarded in their fields as artists, designers, and craftspeople.  

Craft + Design Canberra prides itself on paying fair rates of pay to our artists as recommended by NAVA (the National Association for the Visual Artists). Our artists are the best in their fields and deserve fair renumeration. Audiences attending our activities learn from the best

Craft + Design Canberra is a not-for-profit membership-based organisation supporting artists, craft practitioners, designers and makers at every stage of their careers. Craft + Design Canberra Anytime workshops are designed to create opportunities for our members to showcase their skills, engage with community, and earn incomes.  

Image:  Spoon making class run at Koitoya with Nobuyuki Ohashi Photo: Hiroshi Yamaguchi, 2023.

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