Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No. 5: Kyō Rōsoku Nakamura – Traditional Handmade Candles, Sakyō-ku, Kyōto
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No. 4 Komaruya Sumii Sakyō-ku, Kyōto
Shopping for the Finest Japanese Products No.3: Mukōjima Meugaya Mukōjima, Sumida-ku, Tōkyō
Japan’s Traditional Crafts, Vol. 3: The Chūbu Region
Japan’s Traditional Crafts, Vol. 2: The Kantō Region
Meeting the Artisans of Japan Vol. 01. Hamaji Matsumoto - Okehama Wooden Pails. Tanabe City, Wakayama Prefecture
Interview: Noritake Satō, expert urushi lacquer craftsman leading restoration work at UNESCO World Heritage Site, Nikkō Shrines and Temples.
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Kōshū Inden: Supple deerskin adorned with lacquer patterns
Japan’s Traditional Crafts Vol.01 Hokkaidō-Tōhoku/ Northern Honshū
Art and Design
The Japanese House: The Basic Elements of Traditional Japanese Residential Architecture.
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Yonematsu Shiono: Tales of people and the objects they treasure – Nambu Tekki
Edo Design: The Ingenuity of the Common People
Welcome to the World of Yōkai. The Yumoto Kōichi Collection Part 9: Amabie and the Coronavirus – the Edo Period yōkai that wards off pandemics.