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03 Yamaga lanterns Nakamura seisakujo

Delicate handicrafts created from Japanese paper and glue“I want to create products that match the times and pass them on to the next generation.” Yamaga lanterns / Nakamura seisakujo Yamaga lanterns, also called Yamaga-toro, are created using only washi paper and glue to create a three-dimensional shape.The Yamaga Lantern Festival takes place every year in August in Yamaga City. During the festival, women wear these paper-made imitation gold lanterns on their heads and dance.We interviewed Mr. Junya Nakamura, an active lantern craftsman. Junya Nakamura Born in Yamaga City,Kumamoto Prefecture in 1989. After graduating high school, After working for the Yamaga […]

02 Kutami Shibu Uchiwa Kurikawa Shouten

Durable fan that can last 100 years”I want to bring  Japanese Fans (Uchiwa) to the world.”  Kutami Shibu Uchiwa / Kurikawa Shouten The “Kutami Shibu Uchiwa” has been made in Kutami, Kamoto Town in northern Kumamoto Prefecture. In Kurikawa Shouten offers products that fit today’s lifestyle while preserving traditional methods. We interviewed Ryoichi Kurikawa, fourth generation of Kurikawa Shouten. Ryoichi Kurikawa Fourth generation of Kurikawa Shouten LTD.Co. Born in Yamaga City,Kumamoto prefecture. After graduating from University, he joined Kurikawa Shouten. He is developing new products while preserving the tradition of Shibu Uchiwa. [outline] Crafts made from bamboo and paper “Kurikawa […]