In the melting furnace, the glass is melted at a temperature of approximately 1140 degrees Celsius. It is a strange material that is soft and mellow when rolled up on a rod, but becomes harder and harder as time goes by after it is removed from the furnace, and breaks when it cools down too much.
At our studio, we offer both hands-on experiences with hot glass, such as blowing glass, and with cold glass, such as cutting and pasting.
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Various glass experiences are available only on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
(Shop only open on Tuesdays)
(From official website)