Lacquerware: Lacquerware is a traditional craft that involves coating objects with layers of lacquer, a type of resin made from the sap of the lacquer tree. Japan is known for producing high-quality lacquerware, such as bowls, trays, and boxes.
Furoshiki & Tenugui
Both furoshiki and tenugui are deeply rooted in Japanese culture and are often seen as symbols of traditional craftsmanship and aesthetics. They are also eco-friendly and sustainable alternatives to single-use packaging and paper products.
Japanese traditional culture is a rich and diverse heritage that has been passed down through generations. Handmade crafts refer to a wide range of traditional crafts that are made by hand using traditional techniques and materials in Japan.