Developed the world's first onigawara that can be used indoors as an interior.
The theme is "tradition x humor". A crazy tissue case that "laughs and makes you happy".
KATO SHIPPO SEISAKUSYO
Owari Cloisonne seeks the ultimate beauty over time and effort. A crystal of the craftsman's feelings.
J.Flavor * SUEHIRODO
A fan that is finished by hand by professionals in each process. This gem of craftsmanship is also recommended as interior decoration!
Aichi prefecture is an astonishing study in contrasts from crowded cities to quiet rural towns, open plains to rising mountains, and high-tech products to traditional handicrafts. The largest city of Nagoya is easily recognized by its iconic castle and historical streets with traditional buildings dating back to the Edo period hundreds of years ago. Nearby, in Nagakute city, the Toyota Automobile Museum traces the story of Toyota since its start in 1937 and the intriguing history of the automobile and automobile culture in Japan.
The common thread across this diverse spectrum of modern products and traditional handicrafts is a commitment to excellence and innovation. Artisans continue to produce Tokoname ceramics with a natural iron color; however, more recently, they have introduced new colors and smoother finishes suitable for tableware. Sanshu onigawara crafts, originally rooftop ceramic decorations with scary expressions, are being adapted into stylish interior products. And Owari Shippo, enamelware with vibrant colors and a brilliant shine, now ranges a growing range of popular fashion accessories.