2022 One month course in Île de France
Suikoushya International Craft School will open in 2022 in Île de France.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the owners for providing the materials and land for the construction of the Suikoushya Woodworking School.
Therefore, this time, as an advanced course, I will pass you about Japanese woodworking technology and its spirit through actual construction work. After completion, it will be used as a school that provides guidance tailored to each individual’s skills, from beginners to professionals.
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At Suikoshya, a Japanese carpenter Takami Kawai will teach you the basics of woodworking. It can be a woodworker or a beginner. The number of students is about four per month, so I will teach carefully according to the
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