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TRADITIONAL CRAFTS

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伊賀くみひも

Iga Kumihimo Braids

その他繊維製品

伊賀くみひもの始まりは古く、奈良時代以前にまで遡ると言われています。

The origins of Iga kumihimo braid are extremely old and may even date back to before the Nara period (710-794).

三重県

四日市萬古焼

Yokaichi Banko Ware

陶磁器

約260年前、江戸時代中期の大商人に沼波弄山という人物がいました。茶の湯に詳しく陶芸を趣味にしていた弄山が、自分の作品が永遠に伝わるように願いを込め、「萬古不易(ばんこふえき)」の印を押したのが、萬古焼の名の由来です。こうして生まれた萬古焼は、弄山の死とともに一時中断してしまいましたが、江戸時代後期になって、再び焼かれるようになりました。

Some 260 years ago there lived a wealthy merchant, Nunami Rozan. He was a knowledgeable exponent of tea and was interested in pottery. In fact, the name Banko-yaki or Banko ware originates from pieces he made himself. He stamped them with bankofueki, or literally "eternity, constancy", hoping they would be handed down through endless generations after he was gone.

三重県

伊賀焼

Iga Ware

陶磁器

始まりは7世紀後半から8世紀に遡ります。須恵器という土器も焼かれていて、初めのうちは農業用の種壷が作られていましたが、飛鳥時代には寺院の瓦も作られていたと言います。

The origins of this ware date back to sometime between the second half of the 7th century and 8th century A.D. At the time, a type of earthenware called sueki was being fired and in the early days, seed pots used by farmers were being made. Subsequently, however, it seems that temple roof tiles were produced.

三重県

鈴鹿墨

Suzuka Sumi Ink Sticks

文具

平安時代初期に鈴鹿の山で採れる松材を燃やして油煙を取り、それをニカワで固めて墨を作ったのが始まりと伝えられています。

The making of ink sticks here is said to have begun at the end of the 8th century, when soot was obtained by burning pine that was cut from the mountains around Suzuka. An animal glue was then added to the soot which was dried and used to make ink.

三重県

伊勢形紙

Ise Paper Stencils

工芸材料・工芸用具

伊勢形紙の歴史は古く、その始まりについては、色々な説があります。室町時代の絵師が「職人尽絵(しょくにんずくしえ)」に形紙を使う染職人を描いているところから、室町時代末期には形紙があったと考えられます。

Although the history of these stencil papers dates back a very long way, no one is too sure as to actually when they were first made. However, it seems likely that they were already in existence at the end of the Muromachi period (1392-1573) because a contemporary painter called Kano Yoshinobu, depicted someone using a stencil in a painting called Shokunin-zukushi-e.