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Kanazawa Paulownia Craft Iwamoto Kiyoshi Shoten (金沢桐工芸 岩本清商店)

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At the Ishikawa Prefecture Designated traditional crafts “Kanazawa Paulownia Crafts” store and studio is a charming town house with a sign saying “Kiri Hibachi (Paulownia brazier)” as its landmark. Kanazawa Paulownia Craft is charred paulownia wood bark covered in a rust mixture of polishing powder and lacquer and is characterized by patterns of gold or silver powder, called “Taka-Makie.” The most popular items are “Chokotto tray” which are decorated with a single, lovely makie design. In addition, tea ceremony items, paulownia braziers, ashtrays, sweet bowls and various paulownia craftworks are available. The nearest station is Kanazawa Station.

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Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Hyoutanmachi 3-2 (KanazawaArea)

phone 0762315421
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10:00-18:30

Review of Iwamoto Kiyoshi Shoten

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Reviewed:2019/06/02 杉の良さがわかる
柔らかくて傷がつきやすいけど驚くほど軽くて木目が美しい無臭の杉。杉に蒔絵を施した可愛さ絶品のちょこっとトレーが気に入りました。町家の古い日本家屋に絶妙なセンスの工芸品が並んでいます。レトロな音響から流れているのはぶらんぶらんの音楽!先端なのか伝統なのか。こちらの工芸品はセレクトショップにもよく置いてありますが選択肢が豊富なのでお店への訪問をお勧めします。店内は小さくてもステキな品が沢山あってとても...

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Address
Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Hyoutanmachi 3-2 [map]
Area
KanazawaArea
Phone
0762315421
Hours
10:00-18:30
Closed
Tuesday
Parking Lot
Not available
Credit Card
Available(VISA, MasterCard, JCB, AMEX, DinersClub, Discover)

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          Ishikawa Areas

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          Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.