Made in Japan: 400 Years of Nambu Tekki Ironware
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Developed in Iwate Prefecture, Nambu Tekki ironware is quietly gaining popularity amid a growing movement that focuses on lifestyles promoting engagement with nature and hands-on work. Imbued with both practical strength and warmth through exacting traditional methods of craftmanship, Nambu Tekki is admired overseas and is drawing renewed attention for its valuable role in new 21st century lifestyles. This exhibition presents a fine selection of Nambu Tekki made by Japan’s leading artisans.
Talk: Nambu Tekki Today
Date: 2/11 (Tues, public holiday) 13:30–14:30
Venue: Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Bldg. 5F Hall
Audience: 150 (reservations required)
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[Image: Enchan The Japon “Nambu Tekki Colored Pot Camomille” (2009)]
from January 11, 2014 to March 23, 2014