A traditional Japanese Amezaiku artisan
Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1971. After graduating from university, He worked as a local government official before becoming an Amezaiku-shi in his 20s. He has been an Amezaiku-shi for over 20 years, and continues to travel all over the world throughout the year to give demonstrations. He has visited 11 countries for demonstrations, for a total of 26 times. His activities have been covered by international media, and his work has been listed in an authoritative French book on candy crafts from around the world.
|U.S.A||birthday party for a very rich 12 year old girl|
|Abu Dhabi||international exchange events / gifts for His Highness|
|Indonesia||government related events|
|Italy||prime minister's Party|
|Republic of Korea||cultural events, Japanese embassy|
|Saudi Arabia||international exchange / Gamers 8|
|Switzerland||invited by the Alimentarium museum / DAVOS 2020|
|Bahrain||cultural event, Japanese embassy|
|Belgium||150th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations, Japanese embassy|
Amezaiku is a Japanese traditional culture
The Amezaiku candy sculpting has been practiced since the Edo period and is a "Japanese art of the moment". We hope you will enjoy the delicate shapes created by a single pair of scissors and traditional skills up close and personal. If you would like to request an animal of your choice, the craftsman will make it on the spot.