Aizawa Shitsugei Kobo
"This shop sells lacquerware on the Mamedamachi Shopping Street' Miyuki-dori Street a 20-minute walk from Hita Station. The shop is owned by one of the few remaining Hita lacquerware craftsmen. The shop's products, which employ an individual style and which are created using a technique called dry lacquering, have won numerous awards. The shop boasts a wide selection, including trays, plates, and flower vases. The shop's Mameda Mame ""Bean"" Hina dolls are as tiny as their name implies and are particularly popular. The shop also repairs broken and cracked tableware and holds kintsugi classes in which participants use lacquer and gold to slowly but surely repair a favorite piece of broken tableware with their own hands."
- Oita Hita-shi Mamedamachi 10-2 Map
- Hita Area
- Parking Lot
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- Credit Card
Information Sources: NAVITIME JAPAN
- m | On foot about minutes
There is no Station nearby. There is no Bus Stop nearby. There is no Parking nearby. There is no IC nearby.