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Beautiful World Handicrafts Travel Keitodama re-recording - Japanese Craft Book

¥3,000

Release date: ‎ 2023/7/21
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 160 pages

 

The second book version of the popular series "World Handicraft Travelogue" from the magazine "Yuitodama".
In addition to reprinting popular articles that introduce in detail the charm, history, and current status of beautiful handicrafts around the world, we also feature additional local information, recommended spots that are useful when traveling, and places where you can actually touch them as another story. We will add new information to you. Please enjoy the beautiful handiwork that will make you feel like you are traveling the world just by reading it.


Chapter 1: Dress beautifully

[Palestine]
Traditional crafts filled with prayer | Bethlehem Pearl
Naoko Kosaka
[Romania]
Glittering traditional handiwork | Transylvanian bonnets and aprons
Seiko Tanizaki
[Republic of Estonia]
Cute, nostalgic, and warm|Mouf Embroidery
Kikuko Arata
[Ukraine]
Inheriting tradition | Ukrainian embroidery
Mr. Takuma Motohashi
[Republic of Uzbekistan]
Ikat in Uzbekistan | Abulbandi
Mr. Yo Kanno

Chapter 2: Reliable practical beauty

[Republic of Portugal]
Fisherman's sweater handed down in the seaside town of Povoa de Vargín
Mr. Yukami Yano
[Islamic Republic of Iran]
Hand-knitted socks from Iran with wishes for happiness
Yoko Kanda
[Czech Republic]
A talented item loved for 100 years | Thread buttons
Yoshimi Kubo
[Lapland]
Passed down in the far north | Sami handicrafts
Nobuko Yuki

Chapter 3: Make your space beautiful

[Mongolia]
Warm handiwork of Kazakh pastoralists | Felt rug/Sulmak
Chieko Hirota
[United States of Mexico]
Hand-woven by the Zapoteco people of Mexico | Oaxaca's handlooms
Yoko Sakurai
[Republic of Poland]
God, love, family - embroidery of the hearts of European housewives | Makatoka
Mr. Izumi Fujita
[Republic of Türkiye]
Traditional nomadic textiles that continue to this day|Doshmealtu carpets
Ikumi Nonaka
[Republic of Paraguay]
A world of lace created by colorful threads | Nyanduti
Mie Iwatani Elena
[Republic of France]
Bobbin lace handed down in Le Puy-en-Bray, a place of pilgrimage
Ms. Kiri Ishizawa
[Kingdom of Denmark]
Traditional white thread embroidery | Hedebo
Chihiro Sato

 

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Japanese Craft Bookstore

Beautiful World Handicrafts Travel Keitodama re-recording - Japanese Craft Book

¥3,000

Release date: ‎ 2023/7/21
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 160 pages

 

The second book version of the popular series "World Handicraft Travelogue" from the magazine "Yuitodama".
In addition to reprinting popular articles that introduce in detail the charm, history, and current status of beautiful handicrafts around the world, we also feature additional local information, recommended spots that are useful when traveling, and places where you can actually touch them as another story. We will add new information to you. Please enjoy the beautiful handiwork that will make you feel like you are traveling the world just by reading it.


Chapter 1: Dress beautifully

[Palestine]
Traditional crafts filled with prayer | Bethlehem Pearl
Naoko Kosaka
[Romania]
Glittering traditional handiwork | Transylvanian bonnets and aprons
Seiko Tanizaki
[Republic of Estonia]
Cute, nostalgic, and warm|Mouf Embroidery
Kikuko Arata
[Ukraine]
Inheriting tradition | Ukrainian embroidery
Mr. Takuma Motohashi
[Republic of Uzbekistan]
Ikat in Uzbekistan | Abulbandi
Mr. Yo Kanno

Chapter 2: Reliable practical beauty

[Republic of Portugal]
Fisherman's sweater handed down in the seaside town of Povoa de Vargín
Mr. Yukami Yano
[Islamic Republic of Iran]
Hand-knitted socks from Iran with wishes for happiness
Yoko Kanda
[Czech Republic]
A talented item loved for 100 years | Thread buttons
Yoshimi Kubo
[Lapland]
Passed down in the far north | Sami handicrafts
Nobuko Yuki

Chapter 3: Make your space beautiful

[Mongolia]
Warm handiwork of Kazakh pastoralists | Felt rug/Sulmak
Chieko Hirota
[United States of Mexico]
Hand-woven by the Zapoteco people of Mexico | Oaxaca's handlooms
Yoko Sakurai
[Republic of Poland]
God, love, family - embroidery of the hearts of European housewives | Makatoka
Mr. Izumi Fujita
[Republic of Türkiye]
Traditional nomadic textiles that continue to this day|Doshmealtu carpets
Ikumi Nonaka
[Republic of Paraguay]
A world of lace created by colorful threads | Nyanduti
Mie Iwatani Elena
[Republic of France]
Bobbin lace handed down in Le Puy-en-Bray, a place of pilgrimage
Ms. Kiri Ishizawa
[Kingdom of Denmark]
Traditional white thread embroidery | Hedebo
Chihiro Sato

 

Shipping information:
The shipping cost depends on the weight of the items. It will automatically calculate when you add it to the shopping cart. (Chat with us for more details)

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