Stroll in the town of craftsmen

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Woodblock Engraver
Torao Ishii

Craftsmanship of Edo, which should be handed down to posterity

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Buddhist Statue Sculptor
Kotaro Okawa

Delicate skills produce rich expressions

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Seal Carver
Mutsuko Ito

Warmth of hand-carving and natural wood

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Edo-style Calligrapher
Hirohisa Nagase

Attracted to the dynamism of chic characters

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Edo-style Wind-bell Maker
Masayoshi Shinohara

Giving a shape to the possibility of new Edo-style wind-bell

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Metal Crafts Maker
Toshiyuki Kawashima

Work filled with "soul"


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Signboard Engraver
Yasuyuki Sakai

With a spirit dwelling on the edge


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Edo-style Tortoiseshell Craftsman
Atsunori Tanaka

Handed down for 100 years: appeal and spirit to convey

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Edo-style Cabinet Maker
Tadashi Kimura

Made in Edo: Pride as "Kuwamono-shi”


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Edo-style Hand-drawn Lantern Maker
Norio Yamada

Blooming on Lanterns: Pride of Edo


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Edo-style Pouch Craftsman
Naoyuki Fujii

Determination to Preserve Dashing Japanese Style

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Tokyo-style Silverware: Silversmith
Kazuo Kamikawa

Edo Redolent of Good Old Days: Skills and Stylishness of Craftsman

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Edo-style Bamboo Blinds Craftsman
Kotaro Tanaka

Craftsmanship of Edo that Weaves Stylishness

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Edo-style Tortoiseshell Craftsman
Akira Akatsuka

Tradition Leads to Present


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Copperware Maker
Tamotsu Hoshino

Warmth dwells and Akagane glistens


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Woodblock Engraver
Jiro Nagao

“Edo” imaged by the artisan’s sensitive skill


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Kiri Tansu Craftsman
Haruo Katayama

Creating inheriting masterpiece with all their love from parents to children

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Local industry of Taito City and Traditional Pottery