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Do you know Oshima Tsumugi? It is a fabric that is known worldwide as one of the world's three largest fabrics alongside the French gobelins and Persian carpets.
Phonet, a company which operates businesses in various fields as it is operating cell phone sales offices in Kofu City, Yamanashi, has started to sell “TSUNAGU”, a special product line of luxury pocketbook type iPhone cases.
The number of visitors to Japan is rapidly increasing in the past recent years. In this year, it has already reached 20 million people which is the biggest number ever. Let's see what attracts the international tourists.
Kaze No Bon (風の盆) is a summer festival held every year in Yatsuo town, Toyama pref. The unique yet beautiful bon dance is literally translated as "Bon Dance of The Wind" Here is what the event looks like.
Here we would like to introduce one of the most skillful craftsman in Japan. His name is Takeshi Nishimura, known as a Yuzen Chokoku artist. He respects the traditional Japanese craftworks, but also tries to creates new style of products.
Kosho is an art studio run by Mr. Ogawa in Kyoto, which creates not only art work of dyeing and painting but also bags by using techniques he has learned for 35 years of his carrier. Let's check his amazing works.
Have you heard of urushi? It means lacquer in Japanese. And shikki is Japanese lacquerware which has been used more than 1000 years in Japan. There are some interesting facts. Let's learn about it!