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Lacquerware - Tame-nuri Rice Bowl

Updated at 2024-05-20

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In simple terms, lacquer craft is when an artisan repeatedly coats a bamboo or wooden workpiece with sap from the lacquer tree and then decorates the workpiece through engraving or coloring. The lacquer makes the workpiece extremely durable. Lacquer art is most prominent in the Kagawa Prefecture of Japan. The region attracted many talented artisans during the Edo period, leading to the meteoric rise in the reputation of Kagawa lacquerware. The bowl in the picture was made using the tame-nuri technique, in which a layer of oil and semi-transparent lacquer is applied over vermilion lacquer to produce a glossy effect.

Details

Name
Lacquerware - Tame-nuri Rice Bowl
Giver
Moriyasu Kamada Chairman of the Tourism Council of Representatives, Kagawa Prefectural Assembly
Friendly States
Japan
City
Kagawa Prefecture

Alliance Date: July 18, 2016
Language: Japanese
Area: 1,876.72 square kilometers
Population: Approx. 926,000 people
Main Industries/Features: Tourism, industry, commerce, agriculture and fisheries

Category
Lacquer wares、Handicrafts、Wooden Objects
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