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Welcome to seeds, where we have deep conversations with people making a positive impact with their lives.  Now with more than 300+ interviews and 150,000+ listens...

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Jan 25, 2022

Nobuko is an artist who uses the Japanese method of Kintsugi to repair broken pottery.  In this interview we talk about the process of doing that but also what it represents about us as humans as well.  We also go into her background and life in Japan, being a professional snowboarder and what brought her to New Zealand as a teenager and then later in life as well.  If you have any broken items of pottery that is special then she is the best person to reach out to!  If you enjoy this conversation then have a listen to some of the almost 300 others in the back catalogue.  

Nobuko Okamoto kintsugi.825@gmail.com

Instagram : nobu.kintsugi 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nobu.kintsugi/ 

Stuff article: https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/homed/decor/300444143/the-slow-art-of-giving-broken-objects-a-second-life

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