It is said that Dokuryo Shoeki Zenshi, who introduced the Tenkoku technique of carving characters into stone to Japan, was also involved in the construntion of the Kintaikyo Bridge. In this workshop, first, you will carve a seal at the Sakai Sake Brewery Museum "Gokyo Bunko". After that, you will see the materials with explanations by the curator at the Kikkawa Historical Museum, and then you will make a Japanese tea cup with a hand-cranked wheel from the Kikkawa family's official kiln, Tada ware. The tea cup with the Kikkawa family crest and your own seal is fired at the kiln and delivered to you at a later date. A one-of-a-kind seal stamp and tea cup made with your own hands. Enjoy a special experience related to Iwakuni.