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Fujieda Paulownia Chest of Drawers
Fujieda Paulownia Chest of Drawers
Chests of drawers made of paulownia wood have been long appreciated to store valuables and clothes thanks to their excellent humidity resistance, insect repellence, and heat insulation properties. This hand-made furniture lasts more than a century and is handed down through generations.
Fujieda Chest of Drawers Co-op  +81(0)54-641-3800
As of April 2, 2007


Enshu Onigawara (roof tile)
Enshu Onigawara (roof tile) The unique glossy silver of these roof tiles is the outcome of quality clay and repeated polishing with a metal pallet. The humorous devil's smile on the surface was designed by Mr. Takashi Nagura around 1990.
Onihide Takashi Nagura +81(0)538-42-2077
As of April 2, 2007


Shimoda Black Pine Woodcraft
Shimoda Black Pine Woodcraft This woodcraft is made of black pine, a substance which requires sophisticated techniques to handle because of its high tar content and complicated grain. Skilled artisans produce handicrafts emphasizing the beauty of the grain.
Shigeaki Shimazaki +81(0)558-22-7489
As of April 2, 2007


Shitoro-yaki Pottary
Shitoro-yaki Pottary Shitoro pottery was one of the seven potteries in Enshu favored by the renowned tea master Kobori Enshu in the Edo Period. It is produced in Shitorokyo located north of the old Kanaya post station west of the Oi River. It features dark and subdued colors.
Hoetsugama Hoetsu Shirahata  +81(0)547-45-2874
Yuyo Yoshinori Suzuki  +81(0)547-45-3814
Ritogama Rito Aoshima  +81(0)547-45-3858
Tenshingama Tetsuo Sone  +81(0)547-46-0222
As of April 2, 2007


Moriyama-yaki Pottery
Moriyama-yaki Pottery Moriyama pottery is named after the Moriyama district in Morimachi. It is descended from Shitoro pottery, one of seven potteries in Enshu favored by the renowned tea master Kobori Enshu in the Edo Period. There currently are four Moriyama potters, each with their own distinctive features.
Nakamura Tobo Tokichi Nakamura +81(0)538-85-4611
Seizan Tobo Seizan Matsui +81(0)538-85-2382
Seison Tobo Seison Suzuki +81(0)538-85-3536
Tame Tobo Takao Tame +81(0)538-85-4675
As of April 2, 2007




Contact

Marketing Promotion Office, Division of Marketing and Research, Department of Industry, Shizuoka prefectural government 9-6 Otemachi, Aoi-ku, Shizuoka city
TEL: +81(0)54-221-2697 FAX: +81(0)54-221-2678  E-mail:marke@pref.shizuoka.lg.jp