Sumida Modern Certified Products and Restaurant Menus 2010-2015

Sumida Encyclopedia of Manufacturing [2][Glass] In the Meiji, Taisho and Showa eras, glass factories lined the canal. There are still handmade glass factories in this area today. There are also workshops where you can experience glass making.[Metals] Advanced metal processing technologies are gaining attention in a wide range of fields such as medical etc. There are an increasing number of companies taking advantage of these technologies to develop consumer goods.[Rubbers/Plastics] High quality rubber and plastic products are being manufactured, with a focus on industrial applications. Companies with a history in manufacturing balloons and erasers have also created new hit products.Export Glass Products Catalog (early Showa Era)10Sumida Modern 2010-2015 Certified ProductsIt’s a cutting board, which, if bent, can become a cherry-blossom-shaped tray. Light and portable, making it ideal for outdoor activities. It is also eco-friendly, as it can be used repeatedly if washed. You can also use it conveniently at home, like when cutting fruit or other food on the table. These scissors are carefully handmade, with superb skills, for medical-use products. They have every aspect of functional beauty, such as sharpness, smooth moves, and durability. Meticulous angle adjustment and gaps have created scissors that cut as if the two blades were stuck together. The light cut glasses are reproductions of items selected from catalogues exported to Western countries in the 1950s. Elegant designs are the products of old glass cutting techniques, with six different designs available. From lettuce and broccoli to beans and corn, or even dressing ̶ this small pair of tongs can grab any salad ingredient and appeals with its cute round form. Though metal, it’s soft and easy to handle, even for people with a weaker hand grip. The same form of glass represented in the techniques of the Edo and Taisho eras. Photos on glass were popular in the Taisho era, with a seared milky white ink technique. The variations in the light give a sense of the story of Japanese glass manufacturing.Cutting & Serving Boards[Chiba Plas Corporation]Ishihiro’s Scissors[Ishihiro Seisakusho]“BRUNCH” Tokyo ReproductionGlass Series[Hirota Glass Co., Ltd.]Tenohira Tongs[Kasahara Spring Seisakusho Limited]Karai -Edo and Opal Glass Series-[Hirota Glass Co., Ltd.]5760595856Uchiwa is a Japanese traditional fan, normally made of fabric or paper; however, this product is made of leather. They carefully select bull’s leather that has the body and gloss to achieve the thinness and lightness of paper fans. Leather Uchiwa[Sakura]61

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