It’s been over 2 years since our last batch of interns completed their internships at KoLe. So many things have happened but one good thing is that we still all try to keep in touch with one another. Besides Ly-san’s latest trip to Japan, Linh-san keeps us posted from time to time.
This is the sample page of SHOWROOM introduction page. これは小売パートナー紹介ページのサンプルです。
Your Shop name
Your Postal Address / Phone number / Opening hours /
Products Sample you can see here are…
This is the list of product samples you can actually see at this showroom. You can order our products even if the showroom does not have sample. Tap/Click the image to get product information.
These products are produced by …
Would you like to know who made these products? Tap/Click the image to view producer/artist information.
More information about the showroom
Message from the shop
Here will be the message from you to the viewer. Tell us about your shop, your passion. You can write it in your language. If you could add English translation would be much appreciated.
Here will be more information about your shop which you would like your visitors to know. For example…
Opening hour: HH:MM-HH:MM
Closed : XYZDAY
contact name: MNOP
Your Shop name News
* Here will be the lists of your new updates sent to KoLe curator to publish
Latest KoLe Post
SHIKKI or Japanese lacquerware is one of the best-known Japanese Traditional Crafts. But do we really know about the material? SHIKKI is a product that is painted or/and worked with URUSHI. In this article, we cover the super basics of URUSHI and a great example of how URUSHI was used. Once you know these, you will know about URUSHI material more than some Japanese people!