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Mosaic Art HASHIMOTO and Kamomilla

  • Mosaic Art
    Mosaic Art
  • Mosaic Art
    Mosaic Art
  • Mosaic Art
    Mosaic Art
  • Mosaic Art
    Mosaic Art

After studying mosaic art at a mosaic school in Spilimbergo, Italy and gaining experience at studios in Italy and Germany, we returned to Japan and opened a studio in former Horai Town, Aichi Prefecture. After that, we once again returned to Italy, opened a small studio in Trieste, and began working together as a married couple. We created everything from mosaics for churches and other institutions to small-scale mosaics. In 2017, we came back to Japan and started Kamomilla, a shop selling handmade goods, mosaic art items, and so on of an old Japanese-style house in Shitara Town, Aichi Prefecture.

Mosaic art, a traditional craft that has continued since 3000 BCE, is a decorative art technique where various colored stones, marble, and pieces of cut glass are arranged to create images or patterns.
In Western Europe, mosaic art is widely used in public facilities, churches, home décor, signs, and various other places. Living with mosaic art is sure to produce feelings of happiness.

(Quoted from the official website)

Mosaic Art Experience (English Support Available)
Experience Fee: 1,500-3,000 yen※
Time Required: 90 minutes
Capacity: Consultation required
Season: All year round

※ If you would like Elena Hashimoto to act as a tour guide on a walk around the area, an additional fee of 5,000 yen is required.

■ Reserve an Experience
For mosaic art experiences or to request Elena Hashimoto as a guide, please make a reservation 14 days in advance by email (in English).
Email Address:
Official Site:


Machiura 22, Kiyosaki, Shitara Town
Days / Hours
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
First and third Saturdays and Sundays
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Mosaic Art HASHIMOTO and Kamomilla


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[Tomei Expressway] Toyokawa I.C. → National Route 151 → National Route 257 (60 min.)
[Shin-Tomei Expressway] Shinshiro I.C. → National Route 151 → National Route 257 (30 min.)