Azabu Mission Bay has teamed up with Seedlip for an unmissable series of Kintsugi workshops, and we’ve got all the details

This month, in collaboration with Seedlip, Azabu Mission Bay is hosting a series of intimate workshops inviting guests to immerse themselves in the beautiful, ancient Japanese tradition of Kintsugi. The perfect excuse to escape the bustle of the city, this series, led by the talented Ema Frost, inspires a moment of thoughtfulness and repose, learning the art of repairing what’s broken and finding beauty in imperfection.

Left: Ancient Japanese tradition of Kintsugi. Right: Onsen Bento with Seedlip’s Jikasei and Toropikaru Cocktails
Seedlip’s Toropikaru Cocktail

Kintsugi, for those unaware, is the art of repairing broken pottery with precious metals like liquid gold or silver, turning flaws into exquisite features. At this event, guests will be offered a broken item and the tools and materials to repair it, adding their own, unique touch, while enjoying four no or low-alcohol Seedlip Cocktails, paired with a delightful Omakase menu created by Azabu Executive Chef Darren Johnson.

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Onsen Bento with Seedlip’s Jikasei and Toropikaru Cocktails
Left: Seedlip’s Cherigurepu Cocktail and Azabu’s Chocolate Tart. Right: ancient Japanese tradition of Kintsugi

Azabu Mission Bay’s Kintsugi experience runs on Thursdays and Sundays from June 13th to July 17th. Tickets are $125 per person and include four Seedlip cocktails, canapés on arrival, a delicious lunch or dinner, and the class led by Ema Frost, with all materials included. Offering a unique way to catch up with friends, or just the promise of something different and interesting, the Seedlip Kintsugi workshops are set to be an unmissable series, so secure your tickets now.

Spots are limited to only 18 guests per workshop, and are bound to sell out fast (two classes already have!), so we suggest getting in quickly.


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