Tokyo Area

Hammer out a unique silver bookmark

Hammer out a unique silver bookmark

from 136.00

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Experience Includes |

  • 15 min - A historical overview of the history of Tokyo Ginki.

  • 45 min - Hammering your own Silver Shiori, bookmark

    You will be accompanied by a friendly Detouur guide who will interpret in your language of choice, from English, French, or German. If you require translation in another language, please let us know at checkout and we will do our best to accommodate your request!

Availability |

Flexible Time Slots

Number of Participants:


Taito-ku, Tokyo
20 min. from Tokyo Sta.

Offered in Japanese
with English, French, or German interpretation

1 hr Experience

4 people max.

About Tokyo Ginki |

Tokyo Ginki | Toh・Ki・Oh・Gin・Ki

Tokyo ginki, a type of Japanese silverware, originated during the Muromachi Period (1336-1573) when silver mines began operations in Japan. Techniques like hammering, heating, and smelting silver, allowed for a diversity of shapes. Japanese silverware, such as Tokyo ginki, were of significant quality and became popularized after Japanese silver vases were exhibited at the Paris Exhibition in 1867. Today, Tokyo ginki continues to be produced and celebrated. Take the chance to understand and appreciate Tokyo ginki at this bookmark workshop.


Things to note |

  • Please make your booking at least 24 hours in advance.

Cancellation Policy |

  • See cancellation policy here.

* A detailed itinerary will be emailed to you once your booking has been confirmed.