Today, let’s talk about how to enjoy the world of Japanese traditional crafts! 5 ways to enhance your experience while you stay in Japan.
It is one of the authentic experiences you can get in Japan; looking at, knowing, or/and getting Local Traditional Crafts in Japan. But do we all know “what exactly Traditional Crafts of Japan/the Region means”?
In this article, we will tell you 5 things you only need to know about “The Traditional Crafts” in Japan. This article will take you to the “knowing about it a bit more than average Japanese people” level.
The 9 Stories Second Series is about our listed artisan.
He will be producing your order.
9 stories about him, here it comes!
1) Who is Takashi Morimoto?
2) What does it take to be a certified traditional craft artisan?
3) What is his craft?
4) Born as the 3rd generation of the joinery shop
5) Why was the mechanical engineering course?
6) Marrying his muse
7) Disappearing crafts
8) Training new generation
9) The Dream: One day…
I am a product curator of KoLe SHIKOKU Japan. When you read the sentence, what type of work did you imagine that I do? Here is one of my typical afternoons. I believe one unique thing of being KoLe Curator is the relationship with our artisans and creators. Some say it is unnecessary, but I find it is important and very efficient. Why not find out if what you imagined and what I do is the same?
Wonderful news! Everyone! Now you can visit a shop to view the products of Takashi Morimoto the our partner artisan! It is called “TASUKI international”. And this is one of dream come true story of a working & creative female.
Takashi Morimoto is a KUDE-SHOUJI artisan as well as fixture artisan. However what he creates is beyond what he is trained to make. Learn what he means by “SHU-HA-RI” and “ONKOZANSHIN”.