Sumida Modern Certified Products and Restaurant Menus 2010-2015

Sumida Encyclopedia of Manufacturing [1][Cottage Industries] Masters in tiles, metal, brushes, tabi and puppetry. Since the Edo era, this has been a city of cottage industries, with a wide variety of artisans.[Modern Industry] With a background of the remains of the samurai, with a labor force of unemployed samurai, as well as the convenience of water and land transportation, Sumida became a place for modern industrialization after the Meiji Restoration.[Westernization] With Westernization, industries such as clothing, matches, soap, clocks and beer sprang up in the Meiji era. Many well-known manufacturing companies rose up out of this area.[Katsushika Hokusai] Hokusai, who loved this city of manufacturing, lived in Sumida for most of his life. The Sumida Hokusai Museum will open on November 22, 2016.Image: Katsushika Hokusai (Sumida City)5Sumida Modern 2010-2015 Certified ProductsThese Showa Modern Makie Gold or Silver Lacquers are Japanesque accessories that are traditional, but embody a playful spirit; they would be perfect for today’s modern, active woman.This evolved short coat for use in the winter uses advanced lightweight protection against the cold, with western finishes to its buttons and collar. Functionality and tradition are maintained, by the same dyeing factory that works on kabuki costumes.The arts and aesthetics of a dyeing factory that is renowned for dyeing kabuki costumes find their way into this bag series. The Katabami (oxalis flower) is an auspicious motif that symbolizes family prosperity. The studio Tsukada Kobo created brand-new products using the traditional techniques that go into making Japanese traditional wooden dolls. Patterns were drawn by Katsushika Hokusai.Lacquer coating is a tradition Japan is proud of. Mr. Ataka is a lacquering artisan who also works on historic architecture. He has created authentic crafts for casual use in daily life. These lightweight mugs provide a warm feeling with their sublime lacquer colors and luster.These adorable kamon pins were born out of the ardent desire to demonstrate the elegance that lies behind the design of Japanese family crests, more than 20,000 of which are still in use today.Showa Modern Makie Gold and Silver Lacquers Sash Band, Brooch, and Bangle[K’s]Edo Bag Series “Katabami”[Ishiyama Senko Co., Ltd.]Kimekomi Picture on Silk Hokusai Patterns [Tsukada Kobo]“SHOUBI”coats[Ishiyama Senko Co., Ltd.]Urushi Coating (Lacquered) Mugs[Shikko ATAKA]KAMON[Shiozawa Seisakujo Co., Ltd.]181716212019

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