13 Traditional Crafs of Nagoya
(6 of them are assigned for National Traditional Craft Product)


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Nagoya Kiri-Tansu

(Paulownia Chest)

Asigned for National
Traditional Crafts
It is said that the making of Nagoya Kiri-Tansu started approx. 400 years ago,
when carpenters were gathered from all over the country to build Nagoya Castle.
After the construction, they settled down in the castle town.
Nagoya Yuuzen
(dyed cloth)

Asigned for National
Traditional Crafts
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Shippo
(cloisonné/enamelware)

Asigned for National
Traditional Crafts
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Arimatsu Narumi Shibori
(tie-dye)

Asigned for National
Traditional Crafts
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Kuromontsuki-zome

Asigned for National
Traditional Crafts
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Nagoya Sensu
(fan)
Nagoya Sensu fan was started in the middle of 18th century
by Mr. Inoue Kanzo and his son who moved to Habashita in Nishi-ku
from Kyoto. In Kyoto they mainly produce high quarity fans for women.
In Nagoya, they have been mainly producing fans suitable
for practical use for men.

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451-0043@ÉsV1-20-14
TEL:@052-562-2267@Official website is here.

Nagoya Sekku Ningyo
(Dolls for the seasonal festivals
like girls festival on Mar. 3
and Children'd Day on May 5th)
According Industrial statistics in 2005, the Sekku doll shipments
in Aichi Prefecture (mainly Nagoya and Takahana C/18 companies.)
consisted of 1.138 billion yen (the 3rd), follows after
Saitama Pref.(6.3 billion yen) and Okayama Pref. (1.259 billion yen)/
Chochin

lanterns made of
paper and bamboo
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Ki-oke

wooden tub
In the Edo Era, wooden tubs were produced by using of Kiso-Sawara
(a kind of cypress grown in Kiso area) planted in the Owari Clan's territory.

JX/Mizutani Oke seizoten
460-8501@VJ3-1
TEL: 052-881-7816
Hakimono and Hanao
(footwear)
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Tsuge-gushi
(Comb)
  Real tsuge-gushi comb is very good for our head skin.
All the combs used in the sumo world are made by Kushitome-Shoten
in Nagoya.

X/Kushitome Shoten
462-0059 Ésk~1-60
TEL:@052-991-3759

Official website is here
 
Wa-rosoku
(Japanese candle)
Wa-rosoku (wa/Japan, rosoku/candle)
Warosoku is made from wax taken from fruits of haze (Sumac or wax tree)

Wagashi
(Japanese style confectionery)

Have you ever thought about eatable bonsai ?
(This is called kohgei-gashi/edible but for ornamental use)

Wagashi production became popular with prosperity of tea ceremony.
Kyoto, Kanazawa, Matsue, Tokyo and Nagoya are famous with "Jonamagashi"
which served with tea.

Each Jonamagashi has it's own name. I think it's very difficult to
understand the meaning of each name, so please guess what it shows.
We enjoy its color, figure, cut end surface and guess a scene of the season.
Jonamagashi is a scenic art of four seasons.
Nagoya Butsudan
(Nagoya style Buddhist altar)

Asigned for National
Traditional Crafts
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