Enjoy a Candle and Home Fragrance Workshop in Yokohama

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Enjoy a Candle and Home Fragrance Workshop in Yokohama
Becky Candle

Enjoy a Candle and Home Fragrance Workshop in Yokohama
Becky Candle

Enjoy a Candle and Home Fragrance Workshop in Yokohama
Becky Candle

Enjoy a Candle and Home Fragrance Workshop in Yokohama
Becky Candle

Walking into Becky Candle in Yokohama is kind of like climbing into a box of assorted sweets. The cute shop is tucked away on a side street not far from Motomachi Station, and is packed with colors, scents and pretty decorations. It’s divided up into two different workshop areas: the perfumery table is where you’ll mix your very own home fragrance, and the center table is where you’ll decorate a ready-made candle and also create your ice-cream sundae candle. You can pop in any time, no reservations needed, and owner Masahiko Matsuo and his assistants are on hand to guide you through the steps.

Read our full review here.

How Much:
– Perfumer Workshop: ¥4,000 for 50ml and ¥5,000 for 120ml.
– Candle Decorating: from ¥2,000 depending on which candle you choose.
– Sundae Candle: from ¥1,200 to ¥2,500 depending on the size of the glass container you choose.

Address: Becky Candle, Miyata Building 1F, 1-24-2 Motomachi, Naka, Yokohama

Website: www.candles.jp  

Tel: 045-662-6415

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