January 21, 2020

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Japanese Creations is home to three Japanese arts and crafts every one of which is rich in culture and matured by history.
We wanted to let you know how wonderful they are, but to fully express the beauty of them we would need thousands of words. That is why we are showing the sneak peek videos because a video is worth a million words!

1. Etegami

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Etegami is an intuitive, colorful folk art consisting of simple Sumi ink drawings paired with a few thoughtful words and watercolor.Sneak Peek Etegami

 

2. Chirimen

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Chirimen was a noble ladies’ pastime in the old days. Adorable ornaments and practical accessories are hand sewn from scraps of beautiful kimono fabrics.

Sneak Peek Chirimen

 

3. Chigiri-e

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Chigiri-e is a Japanese-style paper collage. Enjoy this elegant art only made possible by the Washi papers of authentic, highest quality.

Sneak Peek Chigiri-e

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