Create hammered patterns on a copper beer cup(Tsubame Industrial Materials Museum)
Tsuiki (hammered) copperware, one of Tsubame City’s traditional metalworking products, is made by hammering a single copper plate with a hammer and raising the edges. At the Tsubame Industrial Materials Museum, you can learn about the copperware production process, and also try creating hammered patterns, one of the steps of making tsuiki copperware.
Make your own original beer cup or sake cup by hammering the surface with a hammer to create a hammered pattern. The hammered pattern makes the inside of the beer cup uneven, which leads to better foam and creamy beer! A full range of other hands-on activities are also available.
- Price (varies by activity)
Creating hammered patterns: ¥2,200 for beer cup, ¥1,700 for shot glass, ¥1,700 for sake cup, etc.
* A separate admission fee is required
¥400 for adults, ¥100 for elementary, junior high, and high school students
Group (10 people or more): ¥300 for adults, ¥80 for elementary, junior high, and high school students
One-year passport: ¥2,000 for adults, ¥500 for elementary, junior high, and high school students
- Opening Times
- 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (last admission: 4:00 p.m.)
- Mondays (open if Monday is a national holiday), the day after a national holiday, year-end and New Year holidays
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