Go for Gold
~ Gold-leafing online workshop by
Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office ~

14 June 2021

© Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office

Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office and Japan Creative Centre (JCC) proudly present an online workshop entitled “Go for Gold”, in which you will be able to experience crafting with gold leaves in the comfort of your homes! Upon successful registration, participants can collect a gold-leaf crafting tumbler set from JCC, and will then be fully guided during the online workshop. Participants of all ages are welcomed to participate. Each tumbler’s design will be unique as it is decorated by you, using gold from the Kingdom of Crafts - Ishikawa Prefecture, where 99% of all Japanese gold leaf production is from.

This workshop is the second of a series of three workshops organised for this year. We kindly request for those who have already joined the workshop in May, to please refrain from participating again so as to allow other people to enjoy the same experience. If you are unable to join us for the June slot, please keep an eye out for our announcements regarding the next slot (to take place in October). We encourage you to participate in one session which is most convenient for you.

Online Workshop

~ Online Workshop ~

14 June 2021

Japan Creative Centre (JCC)

© Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office

All materials will be provided in the gold-leaf crafting tumbler set which is to be collected from JCC. However, please prepare newspapers to minimise any mess during the workshop.


Monday, 14 June 2021


2pm - 3pm


Online (Webinar style)


FREE (Registration required)

About the Workshop Facilitator

© Sakthibalan

Mr Sakthibalan, the current division Manager of Ishikawa Prefectural Office in Singapore, graduated from an university in Japan. Alongside the great support of Japan External TRade Organization (JETRO) Singapore, Ishikawa office has been promoting the culture and businesses of Ishikawa Prefecture in Singapore even during these challenging times.

He hopes to share the delights and beauty of Ishikawa, one of the hidden gems of Japan – for us to explore when the borders open up in the near future.


Upon successful registration, kindly physically collect the gold-leaf crafting tumbler set from JCC during the date/time your chose on the registration form. We are unable to accomodate other collection timings other than the ones listed below. Kindly only register if you can collect during these timings:

8 June 2021 (Tue) 10am - 3pm
11 June 2021 (Fri) 10am - 3pm

Please show the confirmation email to our staff when you arrive at JCC: 4 Nassim Road, S(258372). Those who have collected their tumblers will receive a confirmation email from JCC nearer to the workshop date with instructions on how to join the online workshop.


Click button or scan QR code to register for the online workshop:


If the registration is full, or you would like to cancel your registration, please e-mail us at jcc@sn.mofa.go.jp.

We regret that there is limited capacity, kindly register early to avoid disappointment.


About Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office

Established in 2014, The Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office oversees and organizes business matching events, Ishikawa cultural promotion and tourism promotion in the South-East Asia region.

Based in Singapore, the team aspires to introduce the different flavours of Ishikawa to the local community. We hope that you too would join us to experience the Splendours of Ishikawa.

Ishikawa Prefecture is home to wonderful scenery and beautiful sights, mouth-watering cuisine and some of the best onsens (hot springs) in all of Japan. From the calming yet rugged coastlines of the Noto Peninsula, to the tranquil and refreshing onsen towns of the Kaga region that lie in the foothills of Mt. Hakusan; Ishikawa Prefecture offers a diverse plethora of options for one to take time off the busy city life.

Ishikawa Prefecture's capital city of Kanazawa is home to a unique blend where tradition meets the present; with modern shopping districts and contemporary art museums located in a city with some of the best preserved geisha and tea house districts and samurai residences.

Check out their Official Page for more information and enquiries
Facebook: Flavors of Ishikawa
Instagram: @ishikawa.sea

Temporary closure of JCC

As a community member of Singapore, JCC has decided to close our facility from 17 May, in response to the evolving situation surrounding COVID-19. Public safety is our priority, and we will update when we could start to use physical facility again. We apologise for the inconvenience caused and seek your kind understanding on the matter.

For those of you participating in the Ishikawa Online workshop, we will carry on the event as scheduled. We will hand out the kit via a contactless method, which adheres to the Safe Distancing Measures in place.

Where is Japan Creative Centre (JCC)?

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Getting to Japan Creative Centre
4 Nassim Road Singapore 258372
Tel: +65-6737-0434

By Public Bus:
Bus services: 7, 36, 77, 105, 106, 111, 123, 132, 174, 174E, 502, 502A, 502B (Alight in front of Delfi Orchard)
For latest information on bus routes and fares, please refer to SBS Transit.

By the MRT:
You may also take the MRT to the nearest MRT station, Orchard (NS22).
Train fares, travel times and route maps are available on the SMRT website.

Driving to JCC:

Nearest parking is at Orchard Hotel, Delfi Orchard and Orchard Rendezvous Hotel.

Japan Creative Centre

4 Nassim Road, Singapore 258372
+65 6737 0434 / jcc@sn.mofa.go.jp
Nearest parking at Orchard Hotel & Delphi Orchard
Organised by:
Ishikawa Prefectural Government Office