Mieko Tsuchiya lives in an ancient city, Nara in Japan, where she grows cotton trees, spins yarns to thread, and weaves to fabric solely by herself and her small team. She opened her eyes for a textile 23 years ago, when she was working as a florist in Kyoto.Read More
Born and based in Nagoya.
After practicing in several furniture and Buddhist altars companies, he became an independent wood worker. His signature work is a dry flower base using different kind
Kenji Omori pursues the surface: with the touch of natural soil, his potteries have a rather rough atmosphere but at the same time leaving a kind of decency and sophistication. After finishing Landscape Design at Tokyo Zokei University in 2005, he continued learning and practicing his potter at Tajimi Pottery Design andRead More
In der Mitte von Kyoto, gibt es ein kleines Haus von Yatamake Senpo mit einer altmodischen Front, Mise-no-ma, für die Geschäftstransaktionen, das sich lohnt einmal zu besuchen. Sie haben traditionell ihre Kyo-Sensu hauptsachlich für Japanischen Tänzerinnen, Maiko oder Geisha hergestellt.Read More