Attention ! folkcraft and “kokeshi” lovers! “isetan mingei” to open in Shinjuku Isetan

09.January.2018 | SPOT

Toys, brooms, cloth good and many other goods made of Ontayaki (Onta ware), Yachimun ware, glass ware, Japanese paper products, braided goods, kokeshi and papier mache goods will be collected from throughout Japan to be exhibited and sold at “isetan mingei” to be opened in Shinjuku Isetan.

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Kamata Takashi’s Isetan-original “kokeshi” (cylindrical bodied doll) and the collaborative products of “Keijusha” (Japanese paper work studio) and “kirigami” (paper cutting) artist Yaguchi Kanako made especially for Isetan, and many more original goods that can only be purchased at this event will be sold.

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Kamata Takashi’s Isetan-original “kokeshi”  3,780 yen (tax included)

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Keijusha and Yaguchi Kanako’s collaborative products

From the left: box (A4) 9,720 yen (tax included)  Center: postcard box 3,024yen each (tax included)

Right: box (middle-sized) 6,048 yen (tax included) Above: Calling card box 2,592 yen each (tax included)

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In addition to regular products, products focusing on the season, age and the locality will be collected for a limited time offer.

 

Why not come and enjoy this folkcraft event, “isetan mingei” at Shinjuku Isetan.

◼︎Information

isetan mingei

Open: 2018 January 10th (Wed.)

Venue: Isetan Shinjuku Honkan 5th floor = West Park

URL:http://this-is-japan.jp/

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