Wajima Urushi Art Museum, Wajima

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  • October 2, 2017
    As lacquer sampling reveals very well until the procedure was explained. I know a little bit more visitors we were only. There would be helpful is there.
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  • August 2, 2017
    In the world is the art of Urushi art college only. We have to understand and demystify the confusing from the mineralogical, ranging to finish in lacquer top coat through the substrate, and a wide range of process, was completed during the exhibition, the lacquer coating process and techniques of. In addition, realized not only practical in lacquered and has spread to the world of Arts and crafts and contemporary art. Visit the Museum and was impressed by the profundity of the lacquer painting world. It make a lacquer culture from the wajima lacquer, Japan's premier attraction. We introduce as well as easy to follow "wajima-Nuri's history and culture, in addition to years of exhibitions description and manufacturing process.
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  • January 1, 2017
    Wajima-Nuri as art is a Museum of recommended viewing if you want to, rather than in buying souvenirs. Articles rattles guests as to worry about is is just what are eye catching. Are you art is either adult. Somewhat away from the wajima city, so car can be useful.
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