craftsman


Recently, Japanese craftsmanship is getting popular from all over the world. Such craftsmanship has been contributing to people's lives even in recent years.
With the development of the machinery industry, it is less common to see crafts in everyday scenes, but people recognized that it has been valued as a really good thing and been loved for a long time.
In Japan, you can experience such craftsmanship in many different places.
We will introduce 4 types of craftsmanship tour here!

The first one is to "See" traditional crafts at the spot where a place exhibits such crafts. You would appreciate the works of craftsmen from decades and hundreds of years ago.
You can't help admiring the elaborate work. There are also places where you can see craftsmen working.
For example, you can see a craft-making by craftsmen at Kyoto Dento Kogei-Kan (Kyoto Traditional crafts museum). Admire the craftsmen working silently alone, their serious gaze, and the beautiful handwork.

The second one is to "Buy" the crafts. If you would like to buy Japanese crafts, we recommend buying "Traditional Crafts".
Traditional crafts are produced by local materials, climate, history, etc., and thus each land has its original ones. If you want to buy specific crafts, it is better to visit the place where the craft is produced and consult with the craftsman who creates the craft.
For example, Sakai city in Osaka is famous for its knives, and professionals around the world prefer to use Sakai knives. There are plenty of cutlery shops around town, so you'll find the one you really want.

The third point is to "Eat" traditional foods made by experts. Sushi is one of the well-known Japanese foods and you can try wherever in Japan!
In addition, sake, which is often drunk with sushi, is one of the items that require a high level of craftsmen skill. You can learn about sake brewing by visiting breweries, and you can also compare the taste of sake made in that brewery. For example, Fushimi in Kyoto, Nada in Hyogo, and Saijo in Hiroshima, which are called the three major sake breweries in Japan. There are many sake breweries within walking distance, so you can try various sakes. This would be suitable for alcohol lovers!

The last one is to "Experience" craftsmanship by yourself.
There are several places where experience-based sightseeing spots in Japan. Such spots allow you to experience the production process performed by craftsmen and you can bring home your own work!
Your own work will be the world unique craft and be a wonderful souvenir filled with memories of traveling in Japan. In addition, you can see how good the craftsmanship is, and you can learn the value of the product with yourself.
For example, there are various experience spots in each place such as handmade Japanese paper, painting on dolls and ceramics, and indigo dyeing.

As you can see, there are many ways to enjoy a craftsman concept tour. Why not go on a journey to learn about Japanese craftsmanship by touching the skills of craftsmen? Those tours surely are impressive for your travel memory.

craftsman


Recently, Japanese craftsmanship is getting popular from all over the world. Such craftsmanship has been contributing to people's lives even in recent years.
With the development of the machinery industry, it is less common to see crafts in everyday scenes, but people recognized that it has been valued as a really good thing and been loved for a long time.
In Japan, you can experience such craftsmanship in many different places.
We will introduce 4 types of craftsmanship tour here!

The first one is to "See" traditional crafts at the spot where a place exhibits such crafts. You would appreciate the works of craftsmen from decades and hundreds of years ago.
You can't help admiring the elaborate work. There are also places where you can see craftsmen working.
For example, you can see a craft-making by craftsmen at Kyoto Dento Kogei-Kan (Kyoto Traditional crafts museum). Admire the craftsmen working silently alone, their serious gaze, and the beautiful handwork.

The second one is to "Buy" the crafts. If you would like to buy Japanese crafts, we recommend buying "Traditional Crafts".
Traditional crafts are produced by local materials, climate, history, etc., and thus each land has its original ones. If you want to buy specific crafts, it is better to visit the place where the craft is produced and consult with the craftsman who creates the craft.
For example, Sakai city in Osaka is famous for its knives, and professionals around the world prefer to use Sakai knives. There are plenty of cutlery shops around town, so you'll find the one you really want.

The third point is to "Eat" traditional foods made by experts. Sushi is one of the well-known Japanese foods and you can try wherever in Japan!
In addition, sake, which is often drunk with sushi, is one of the items that require a high level of craftsmen skill. You can learn about sake brewing by visiting breweries, and you can also compare the taste of sake made in that brewery. For example, Fushimi in Kyoto, Nada in Hyogo, and Saijo in Hiroshima, which are called the three major sake breweries in Japan. There are many sake breweries within walking distance, so you can try various sakes. This would be suitable for alcohol lovers!

The last one is to "Experience" craftsmanship by yourself.
There are several places where experience-based sightseeing spots in Japan. Such spots allow you to experience the production process performed by craftsmen and you can bring home your own work!
Your own work will be the world unique craft and be a wonderful souvenir filled with memories of traveling in Japan. In addition, you can see how good the craftsmanship is, and you can learn the value of the product with yourself.
For example, there are various experience spots in each place such as handmade Japanese paper, painting on dolls and ceramics, and indigo dyeing.

As you can see, there are many ways to enjoy a craftsman concept tour. Why not go on a journey to learn about Japanese craftsmanship by touching the skills of craftsmen? Those tours surely are impressive for your travel memory.

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