From Thursday, October 22nd to Saturday, October 24th, the “28th Toshima Ward Traditional Crafts Exhibition” will be held at Toshima Center Square on the 1st floor of the Toshima Ward Government Building.
The “Toshima Ward Traditional Crafts Exhibition” is an event where craftsmen of traditional crafts belonging to the Toshima Ward Traditional Crafts Preservation Society gather together to display and sell “Takumi no Skill” crafts. 22 people from 12 industries such as “Tokyo Hand-Drawn Yuzen” and “Tokyo Rattan Crafts” (one of them is a supporting member) will exhibit, and many sophisticated works will be lined up.
This year’s event will be held after sufficient measures have been taken for the new coronavirus infection. The person in charge is calling for the visit, saying, “This is a great opportunity to experience traditional crafts that you rarely see up close. Please come and join us.”
Date and time: From Thursday, October 22nd to Saturday, October 24th, 2nd year of Reiwa
From 10 am to 5 pm (until 4 pm on the last day) * Free admission
Location: Toshima Center Square (2-45-1 Minamiikebukuro) on the 1st floor of Toshima Ward Government Building
Organized by: Toshima Ward Traditional Craft Preservation Society Co-sponsored by: Toshima Ward
Exhibiting industries: Tokyo hand-painted Yuzen, Tokyo rattan crafts, Tokyo braid, Tokyo engraving, Edo bekko, Edo lantern, Edo kite, precious metal fittings, Tokyo Sanmi line, Edo ivory, metalwork, Japanese clothes tailoring
<What is the Toshima Ward Traditional Crafts Preservation Society>
Craftsmen engaged in the traditional craft industry hold “traditional craft exhibitions” and “traditional craft classes” with the aim of communicating the charm of the ward’s traditional crafts. Currently, 21 people from 11 industries (19 members, 2 associate members) belong to it.
Life Industry Section Chief Phone: 080-9864-0619