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[Kyoto Nittodo] Exhibition and sale of vessels that shine with Japanese craftsmanship “Beyond Handicraft 8” held

2023.01.17

Based on the concept of “Japanese arts and tools,” Nittodo handles tools that carefully support daily life, focusing on Japanese technical skills.
At this event, works by ceramic artist Moe Kaneda and Akiko Yanagawa will be exhibited in the multi-purpose space on the second floor.

This is the eighth time that “Beyond Handicraft” has been held since its inception in November 2021. Many visitors have enjoyed the past events because they can hold in their hands unique works of craftsmanship, check the texture, and purchase the pieces they like. We plan to hold this event on an irregular basis in the future.

“Beyond Handicraft 8” Moe Kaneda, Akiko Yanagawa

Duration: January 14th (Sat)-January 29th (Sun), 2023
Contents: Exhibition and sale of works by ceramic artist Moei Kaneda and ceramic artist Akiko Yanagawa

>Nittodo Official Site

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