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Okinawa is located near most southern part of Japan. Ryukyu lacquerware is made in Okinawa; [...]
Lacquerware is a traditional tableware in Japan that is used both at home and at [...]
An unique aspect of Kagawa lacquerware is their variety of colors and patterns. Kagawa lacquerware [...]
Ohuchi lacquerware is a traditional craft lasts for over 600 years. The lacquerware has a [...]
Simple and durable, Kishu Lacquerware is one of practical Japanese lacquerwares that can be used [...]
Kyoto Lacquerware produced in Kyoto expresses the beauties of Japan; “Wabi and Sabi.” Because the [...]
Echizen Lacquerware is a beloved item often used to celebrate ‘hare-no-hi’, a joyous event such [...]
(Image: Aoyama Square) The most popular painting technique of Niigata Lacquerware is Bamboo panting (Take-Nuri). [...]
(Image: art-toukei.com) (Image: wajimanuri.biz) (Image: wajimanuri.info) Wajima-nuri lacquerware is distinguished for its use of a [...]
(Image: asoview.com) Takaoka lacquerware uses three techniques to express flowers, birds, landscapes and such. Technique [...]
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