Wajima Lacquerware Center, Wajima

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  • August 5, 2017
    To all parts of Japan lacquer ware are among other things, wajima-Nuri is above all worth as arts and crafts seems high. At about 60 stores in the city have jointly opened shop floor shopping can be slow, familiar reference exhibition room in the history of the evolution of wajima-Nuri before that would be nice. You can follow the characteristics of each era wajima-Nuri.
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  • July 22, 2017
    On the first floor the wajima lacquer ware by cooperative sales. Can cause an impression of the exhibition hall is on the second floor and end up looking forward to from the 1st floor from here is a personal opinion, but the manufacturing process and work. At the exhibition hall on the second floor and then look at the ground floor sells lacquerware!
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  • May 13, 2017
    We found that manufacturing process of wajima-Nuri is exhibited, that require very delicate work. ("Rare" but had been introduced. ) There are crafts.
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