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Arts & Crafts

A city with traditional crafts and innovative art

#Arts & Crafts

  1. Aki no Odori in 2023: Autumn Dance performances hosted by the historic maiko and geiko districts

  2. Monthly and seasonal markets in autumn 2023

  3. Spring Dance performances by the maiko and geiko "Haru no Odori " in 2023

  4. Sustainable Beauty from Kyoto – A Dialogue between NEMOHAMO and SARASA YOSHIOKA

  5. Ecrin, a Button Shop that Has Supported Kyoto’s Dressmaking for Seventy Years

  6. Natural Dye from Kyoto – Bringing a 1500-year-old ethical dyeing method to the modern age, Kyoto Kawabata Shoten

  7. Kyo-wagasa Umbrellas: Their Beauty is the Result of Over a Thousand Years of Innovations

  8. Enjoy “Metal Fittings” in Kyoto! Tips I learned from Artisans

  9. Enjoy “Wood Grains” in Kyoto! Tips I learned from Artisans

  10. From Silkworm Cocoons to Nishijin-ori Fabric

  11. Panasonic Meets Crafts: Home-appliances that will resonate and enhance our everyday lives, designed in Kyoto

  12. Kyo-sensu Fan Shop Owner, Rie Ohnishi: Life & Craft, a Day at Ohnishi Tsune Shoten

  13. Craft Shop, YAMAHON: Searching for Artists’ Works that are Enlivened in Everyday Life

  14. Urushi Lacquer Refiner ,Takuya Tsutsumi : Cruising the Streets on a Lacquered Skateboard

  15. Oke Artisan, Taichi Kondo: The Encounter with the Living National Treasure at Age 29 Paved His Way to Becoming a Japanese Cooper

  16. Bamboo Artisan, Hiroaki Nakagawa: The Not-so-Obvious yet Solid Role that Bamboo Plays in Japanese Culture

  17. Yuzen Textile Dyeing Artist, Sachi Manabe: A New Potential of Yuzen Drawn in Bright Colors

  18. Robes chiseled by a Buddhist sculptor: Gakyu Miyamoto”

  19. At This Museum, You Can See and Experience Kyoto’s Traditional Crafts up Close

  20. Night-Time is Shopping Time Browse for Souvenirs

  21. Recommended model itinerariesThe shape of travel “Exploring the aesthetics of ancient people”

  22. [Kaikado Cafe] By Historic Tea Caddy Maker Traditional Kyoto Crafts

  23. Hakusasonso Hashimoto Kansetsu Garden & Museum, Kyoto

  24. Kyoto Confidential

  25. Four Shopping Gems in Kyoto

  26. Recreating The Beauty of Kimono in Modern Times—The Fashion Potential of Upcycling

  27. [Report] Traditional Culture and Karimoku Furniture in A Spacious Kyoto-Style Machiya Townhouse

  28. KYOTOGRAPHIE 2019: A review

  29. The World of Japanese Painting with Ayuko Sadaie

  30. KYOTO EXPERIMENT: In Conversation with Yusuke Hashimoto

  31. Make Art a Natural Part of Your Life with This New Kyoto “Art Hotel”

  32. Mio Heki: Kintsugi Artist and Urushi Master

  33. Kyoto Souvenirs You Can't Leave Without!

  34. A House Living with Tea

  35. Stepping into Metamorphosis: The Shoes of Masaya

  36. Chiemi Ogura: Bamboo Craftswoman

  37. Kyoto's Historical Textile District

  38. Kurahashi Yoshio: Shakuhachi Master

  39. [MAGASINN KYOTO] A Media Space for Creating Cultural Reactions Between People.

  40. Enjoy Different Perceptions at Community Store TO SEE in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto

  41. Engels Girl

  42. Kyoto Craftmanship - Small Production Crafts -

  43. Craftmanship - Dyeing and Weaving -

  44. Kyoto Craftmanship - Various Crafts