Hobby Show 2018 (Part 4)

To round off our posts on the Hobby Show that took place in Tokyo this year, we wanted to share pictures of amazing mini clay sculptures featured at the event. Japanese clay is incredibly popular amongst arts and crafts enthusiasts due to its high quality and variety. This year, exhibitors pulled out all the stops by showcasing intricate clay sculptures and holding live demonstrations. Attendees also participated and were able to work with clay at different booths. On display were sculptures of food, animals, and flowers. Check out the photos here!

You can use clay to make memo stands!

You can use clay to make memo stands!

Lots of clay memo stands

Lots of clay memo stands

A gorgeous clay display

A gorgeous clay display

This looks so real!

This looks so real!

Wow! How detailed!

Wow! How detailed!

Everything looks scrumptious

Everything looks scrumptious

Participants were able to give clay a try

Participants were able to give clay a try

Live demonstrations

Live demonstrations

More colorful displays

More colorful displays

Attendees had a lot of fun!

Attendees had a lot of fun!

Which memo stand do you like best?

Which memo stand do you like best?

These clay bunnies are enjoying their clay food!

These clay bunnies are enjoying their clay food!

Kawaii!!

Kawaii!!

This looks so realistic!

This looks so realistic!

How beautiful!

How beautiful!

Clay flowers

Clay flowers

These clay flowers are so intricate!

These clay flowers are so intricate!

Learning how to make clay pandas

Learning how to make clay pandas

Clay food!

Clay food!

Lots of molds

Lots of molds

These molds help you make all sorts of clay shapes!

These molds help you make all sorts of clay shapes!

Look at all the clay food items!

Look at all the clay food items!

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2 Responses to “Hobby Show 2018 (Part 4)”

  • A says:

    Kawaii!

  • Moon27 says:

    Wooooooow!!

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