The text introduces the traditional Japanese art of amezaiku, or candy sculpting, which dates back to the Heian period and is still practiced today. Amezaiku involves shaping warm candy quickly with hand tools to create intricate designs. The article highlights the Ame-Shin shop in Asakusa, Tokyo, which offers traditional amezaiku and the opportunity for beginners to try their hand at making candy sculptures. The shop features a variety of designs, including animal sculptures and is known for its goldfish-shaped candy. It offers a rabbit-shaped candy-making experience, and customers can take photos with their finished creations. The shop also offers subsequent experiences making dog and cat sculptures. Overall, Ame-Shin seeks to preserve traditional amezaiku techniques while also pursuing innovation.
平安時代に日本に伝わり、今も伝統技術が引き継がれている美しい飴細工。冷めると固まってしまう飴を、温かいうちに和ばさみと手で素早く造形していくのは、まさに見事な職人技です。そんな飴細工を初心者でも体験できるのが「浅草 飴細工 アメシン」。日本随一の技術を誇る伝統飴細工専門店をご紹介します。
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