Sekishu Washi: Locally Grown and Hand Crafted
In the western region of Shimane Prefecture, four families continue to uphold a 1300-year-old legacy of hand-made Japanese paper.
Upon arrival in Seto, a city in Aichi Prefecture
The value of Gunma’s silk is not only in the product itself, but also the rich history of the industry.
Bringing together nature’s gifts and Kishu’s long history.
As the wonderfully retro Tadami Line train winds between forests and bridges...
The creation of traditional Japanese lacquerware is a beautiful and detailed process.