Master Wen entered the world of metalworking at the age of thirteen. Learning skills from Master Jin, a traditional metalsmith, Wen became a master after three years and four months.
He began to engage in maintenance of metalwork jewelry, and has developed tremendous skills over the past three decades.
Good skills should not be buried
Traditional metalsmiths commonly made a living by undertaking OEM cases. Master Wen also went through the prosperity and recession of the metalworking industry, so the establishment of his own workshop was a dream after years of work.
Fate has brought CAN Culture, Art & Nature and Master Wen together. Through space, product and experience design, the sanyi metalworking combines the traditional solid techniques and designs. It combines craft, handicraft and creativity to make the brand of a “sanyi metalworking” shokonin.
DIY experience as a one-day metalworking shokonin
◎Sign up through reservation for courses at 13:00 / 15:00 / 17:00 / 19:00 (closed every Wednesday)
◎ Pick the commodity and size you favor on site and pay at the counter.
◎ Each ingredient package is prepared for one person.
◎ Approx. 1.5-3 hours, depending on difficulty of work.
◎ Know the use of all kinds of tools and various metalworking techniques, e.g. beating, wire sawing, welding, grinding, text printing and polishing.
◎ You can take home with you your own metalwork accessory after it is completed.
Reservation: Please fill out the form below or call the Activities Department at 02-2671-7090#210