SHOEMAKING MASTERCLASSES | -Construct Men's Oxford Shoes using Hand Welting technique -Construct Ladies' Court Shoes using Blake McKay technique


Construct Men's Oxford Shoes Masterclass Dates: 16 to 21 September 2018 Total Payable Fees:  

$649.95* (SSG) $266.40* (SFMCES) $165.15* (WTS) 

Construct Ladies' Court Shoes Masterclass Dates: 10 to 14 September 2018 Total Payable Fees:  

$580.70*(SSG) $240.30* (SFMCES) $$149.85* (WTS) 

*including materials and after subsidies. Additional charges will apply for special designs or leather.

Discover the world of professional shoemaking with Noriyuki Misawa

For the first time in Southeast Asia, proudly brings you two intimate masterclasses with Japanese shoemaking master, Noriyuki Misawa.

In these masterclasses, you will have the opportunity to create your very own men's & ladies' shoes as you study under the tutelage of Noriyuki Misawa. 

For men's shoes, you'd be taught the technique of traditional hand-stitched welting; while you will learn the Blake Mckay technique in order to construct your ladies' shoes.

Masterclasses: Men's Oxford Shoes using Hand Welting technique & Ladies' Court Shoes using Blake McKay technique

The shoe's upper will be pre-made by Noriyuki Misawa based off your colour selection and size.


Select from a list of leather colours to personalise your shoes before the class starts.


Singaporeans and PRs are entitled to a 70% subsidy from SkillsFuture Singapore.


Be part of this exclusive masterclass series, and seize this opportunity to learn from a master in his craft!

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About Noriyuki Misawa

MISAWA spent his childhood engrossed in manual training and painting as he grew up surrounded by art books that belonged to his mother. He started to learn shoemaking in Tokyo in order to become a shoemaker because he was fascinated with leather shoes in his schooldays.  

Seven years later, he moved to Vienna, Austria, and pursued art and craft with a relish. MISAWA began to think about shoes from an artistic perspective and received two prizes at the Germany, International Efficiency Contest of Shoemakers for both “Gold” and “Honor” awards (2010).  

Returning to Japan, MISAWA entered the world of leather craft to expand his range of expression and understudied a leather craftsman for four years.  

MISAWA held a solo exhibition in Ginza, Tokyo (2014), and won the "Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Minister Award” at the 33rd Japan leather crafts exhibition - the first shoe-themed prize winner in this crafts exhibition.  

Thereafter, MISAWA became a shoe artist (2017) after being influenced by the numerous contemporary artworks he saw in New York. He presented his artworks to the world through Cannes Film Festival (France) and solo exhibitions in NYC.  

His clients include Spike Lee (Film Director), Adrien Brody (Actor), Angourie Rice (Actress), Park Chan-wook (Film Director) and the Japanese Imperial Household Agency.