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TRADITIONAL CRAFTS

東京都

江戸切子

Edo Cut Glass

その他の工芸品

天保5年(1834年)に、江戸の大伝馬町でビードロ屋を営んでいた加賀屋久兵衛という人物が、英国製のカットグラスを真似てガラスの表面に彫刻を施したのが始まりと言われています。

It is said that the origins of Edo Kiriko date back to 1834 when a Kagaya Kyubei, who was working in a small glass works in Edo (Tokyo), copied a piece of English cut glass. It also seems that Commodore Matthew Perry, who arrived in Japan toward the end of the Edo Period (1600-1868), was very surprised when he was presented with a splendid piece of Kagaya's cut glass.

福井県

越前打刃物

Echizen Forged Blades

金工品

室町時代の初め頃、京都の刀作りの職人が、刀剣製作にふさわしい土地を求めてこの地にやって来た時、近くの農民のために鎌を作ったことが始まりだったと言われています。

When a swordsmith from Kyoto came to this area in search of raw materials at the beginning of the Muromachi period (1392-1573), it seems they made some sickles of the local farmers and this marked the beginning of forging in the area. During the Edo period (1600-1868) with patronage from the Fukui clan, blades made in Echizen were sold all over the country.

岐阜県

美濃和紙

Mino Paper

和紙

奈良時代の戸籍用紙が美濃和紙であったという記録が「正倉院文書」に残っていることから、美濃和紙の始まりは、奈良時代だと考えられています。

It is thought that Mino Washi dates back to the Nara period (710-794), because records at the Shoso-in Repository show that it was used for a census during the 8th century. By the Muromachi period (1392-1573) the Rokusaiichi paper market was being held. This was set up by the locally influential Toki Nariyori and Mino Washi were shipped to Kyoto, Osaka and Ise, making it one of the best known papers of its times.

秋田県

川連漆器

Kawatsura Lacquer Ware

漆器

鎌倉時代にこの地方を支配していた領主の弟が、地元の山から切り出されたブナの木や漆を利用して、武具に漆を塗ることを内職として家臣に命じたのが始まりとされています。

The beginnings of this craft go back to the Kamakura period (1185-1333), when the younger brother of the lord of the fief who ruled this area, ordered the retainers to take up lacquering pieces of armor and weaponry as a job, using locally tapped lacquer and Japanese beech cut from the mountains in the area. The making of bowls began in earnest in the middle of the Edo period (1600-1868) and by the end of the period work was concentrated on the three districts of Kawatsura in what is now Inakawa-cho, Odate and Minashi and the making of everyday pieces of household goods flourished in what had become a production center.

埼玉県 東京都

江戸木目込人形

Edo Art Dolls

人形・こけし

江戸時代中期に、京都上賀茂神社で祭事に使う、柳筥(やなぎばこ)の材料である柳の木の残片で、神官が、木彫の小さな人形を作り溝を付けて、そこに神官の衣装の残りの布を挟んで着せ付けたのが始まりだと言われています。

In the middle of the Edo period (1600-1868), a priest called Takahashi Tadashige is said to have been very proud of a small wooden doll that he had carved from scraps of willow which were left over from boxes used in a festival at Kamigamo shrine in Kyoto. Then using remnants of fabric from his priest's clothing, he dressed the doll by inserting the ends of the fabric into the wooden torso.

新潟県

越後与板打刃物

Echigo Yoita Forged Blades

金工品

戦国時代、上杉謙信の家臣が、16世紀の後半に春日山より刀作り職人を招き、打刃物を作ったのが始まりです。

The making of Echigo Yoita Uchihamono dates back to the Sengoku period (1428-1573) of unrest. It was then that warring feudal lords who fought alongside Uesugi Kenshin encouraged swordsmiths from Kasugayama into the area and these skilled men began making various kinds of forged blades.

山梨県

甲州印伝

Koshu Lacquered Deerhide

その他の工芸品

江戸時代末期に、現在の山梨県の甲府市にあたる地域を中心にして産地が形成されました。

Deerhide craft products were being made in the area centered on the city of Kofu in present-day Yamanashi Prefecture during the 19th century. By the end of the same century, it is known that deerhide draw-string money bags and purses were well known among people at large as reference is made to them in Tokaidochu Hizakurige, a humorous book published in the 19th century.

石川県

山中漆器

Yamanaka Lacquer Ware

漆器

16世紀の後半に、良い材料を求めて移住してきた職人集団の人達が行ったろくろ挽きが始まりです。

The origins of this craft date back to the second half of the 16th century, when a group of craftsmen moved into the area in search of good materials and began turning bowls and other things.

香川県

香川漆器

Kagawa Lacquer Ware

漆器

香川漆器は、江戸時代後期に、玉楮象谷が、「蒟醤(きんま)」、「存清(ぞんせい)」等タイや中国から伝わってきた漆器技法を研究し、

Kagawa Shikki started at the end of the Edo period (1600-1868), by Tamakaji Zokoku, a famous lacquerer with the development of new techniques that came into being by combining traditional Japanese techniques with skills such as kinma and zonsei which had been brought to Japan from Thailand and China.

宮城県

雄勝硯

Ogatsu Inkstones

文具

雄勝硯の歴史は大変古く、室町時代初期に遡ると言われています。

The origins of the Ogatsu Suzuri can be traced back to the Muromachi period (1392-1573). Then, at the beginning of the 17th century, two inkstones were presented to the military commander, Date Masamune, who was on a deer hunt on Toojima, an island off the Ojika Peninsular. It seems that he was highly delighted with the stones and reciprocated generously.

福岡県

小石原焼

Koishiwara Ware

陶磁器

17世紀、江戸時代前期に黒田藩藩主によって開かれた、筑前最初の窯です。

The kiln set up by the feudal lord of the local Kuroda clan, in the 17th century at the beginning of the Edo period (1600-1868), was the first to be set up in Chikuzen in northern Kyushu. Large porcelain urns, jars and sake flasks were made under the name of Nakano yaki but in the middle of the 18th century, pottery was being produced under the name of Koishiwara Yaki.

福岡県

上野焼

Agano Ware

陶磁器

17世紀の初め(1602年)に細川忠興が小倉藩の藩主になったとき、朝鮮の陶工を招き、一族に当地上野で登り窯を作らせたのが始まりです。

Agano Yaki dates back to the 17th century, when Hosokawa Tadaoki, who became the feudal lord of the Kokura clan in 1602, invited a Korean potter to come to Japan and had members of his clan construct a noborigama--one of the famous ""climbing kilns--in Agano.