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Northern Satsuma Peninsula

Make your own cut glass - the only one of its kind in the world!

Cutting glass into the exact shape you want: difficult but fun!

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  • The chance to make cut glass with an original design
  • Understand traditional craftsmanship by practicing it firsthand
  • The opportunity to observe the glass production process
[ What to know for a better experience ]
・ Large groups will face long wait times for the glass cutting machines (of which there are only 2).
※ When it is crowded, machine usage time is limited to 15 minutes per person
・ The experience fee includes the cost of a glass product, so each person can purchase 1 item
※ The experience fee depends on the glass product chosen
・ The experience is held on a first-come-first-served basis
 ※ If coming in a group of 10 or more, please apply in advance

[ Points of note ]
・ Even if your fingers touch a cutting machine, they will not be injured (but be careful about your fingernails)
・ You can have a practice round of glass cutting before moving on to the real experience
・ The glass is clear, which makes the guidelines easy to see and the glass easy to cut
・ Any magic marker lines drawn on cut portions of the glass will not come out, so be careful
・ The experience is held in a park, giving you the chance to feel nature through waterfalls, cherry blossoms, and autumn leaves

Basic Information

  • Wi-Fi
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Prayer Room
  • Barrier-free Facility
  • Rest Room
  • Parking
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Where to apply Satuma Vidro Artcrafts :
Application deadline 0 days in advance
Group size 1~25 people
Period Everyday       [Time] 9:00am~4:00pm       [Notes] Duration of event: Approx. 30 minutes
Telephone Number0996-58-0141  ※Japan's International Country Code is 81
Venue Satuma Vidro Artcrafts
Cost 1,080~5,040 yen (The cost depends on the glass product chosen)
Other conditions The entrance to the facility is easy to miss, so use the flags along the road as markers to help you find it.