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The 75th Exhibition of Master Craftsmen and Long-Established Shops in Eastern and Western Japan

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Period
February 22nd, Thu. – February 27th, Tue.
*Closes at 6:00 PM on the final day.

Venue
Nihombashi Takashimaya Shopping Center 8th Exhibition Hall, Main Building

This is the exhibition that has attracted many fans for over half a century.
The master craftsmen and long-established shops from Eastern Japan and Western Japan will present the items that have been further refined in their craftsmanship and beauty.

Suzunoya, Founded in 1947, Homongi (Semi-formal Kimonos)
Elegant Semi-formal Kimonos with Korin-moyou (Korin patterns), Oke-shibori, Kinsai (gold glaze) and embroidery.

Yashironi (Since 1720) Sou-nuitori-omeshi
Using an astounding 35,000 sheets of design pattern paper and an elaborate technique with precise threading, the atmosphere of Ukiyo-e has been expressed on the woven textiles.


Tokyo Murasaki-kai

Suzunoya
Founded in 1947Kimono and Obi
Akasaka Fukudaya
Founded in 1865 (1st year of Keio Era)Kimono and Obi
Zenya
Founded in 1939Traditional Footwear
Oonoya Sohonten
Founded in the Anei Era (1772-1781)Tabi and Kimono accessories
Ginza Yamatoya
Founded in 1912Jewelry and Bags
Ginza Yoshinoya
Founded in 1907Shoes and Handbags
Ikenohata Kyoya
Founded in 1912Cabinetry and Woodwork
Tosai
Founded in 1919Pottery
Ginza Tanizawa
Founded in 1874Bags and Handbags
Ginza Vogue
Founded in 1932Hats
Domyo
Founded in 1652Yusoku Kumihimo (Traditional Braid)

Kyoto Kurenai-kai

Okazen
Founded in the Kansei Era (1789-1801)Kyo Gofuku (Kyoto Kimono)
Shimakame
Founded in 1810Kimono and Obi
Chiso
Founded in 1555Kyo-yuzen
Yashironi
Founded in 1720Kimono Dyeing and Weaving
Itochu
Founded in 1895Traditional Footwear
Murata
Founded in 1962Kimono and Obi
Kawashima Orimono
Founded in 1843Nishijin-ori
Wakamatsu
Founded in 1923Nohori obiji
Kirihata
Founded in 1869Women’s Fashion
Kineya
Founded in 1921Kimono Accessories
Katoriya
Founded in 1886Handbags and Selected accessories
Ryuzendo
Founded in the Kansei Era (1789-1801)Tea Utensils
Toyoda aisandou
Founded in the Bunka-Bunsei Era (1804-1830)Incense
Asobe
Founded in 1807Lacquerware
Miyawaki Baisenan
Founded in 1823Sensu (Japanese Decorative Folding Fan)
Yasuda Nenju Ten
Founded in 1683Kyo Nenju (Kyoto prayer beads)
Matsuya
Founded in 1664Kyo Ningyo (Kyoto Dolls)
Nishikawa
Founded in 1831Kyo Sudare (Kyoto Bamboo Blinds)
Aiba
Founded in 1689Kyo Uchiwa (Kyoto Uchiwa Fans)
Suuzando Hashimoto
Founded in 1953Tenga Bunbou (Elegant Literature Store)

*Stocks are limited.
*Names and contents of the fair, including time period, are subject to change.
*Photos are for illustrative purposes only.


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