Lacquerware Makie Experience


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Kishu lacquerware has been produced mainly in the Kuroe region of Kainan City since the 14th century. After lacquer is applied, "makie" techniques are used to finish the piece by adding decorations such as gold dust. Take this opportunity to experience the subtle, beautiful, and functional world of creating traditional Japanese crafts.

222 Funoo, Kainan City


Access Ride the Wakayama Bus from JR Nankai Station and get off at "Kuroe"; 10 min walk
Access by Car From the Kainan Higashi Interchange on the Hanwa Expressway, take National Route 370 and Prefectural Road 135, 9 for approximately 3.5 km.

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  • 漆器蒔絵体験 Lacquerware Makie Experience
  • Address 海南市船尾222 222 Funoo, Kainan City
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Open Hours Saturday: 13:00 - 15:00
Weekdays: Groups of 10 or more people only, 10:00 - 15:00
Holidays 2nd Sunday
Contact Kishu Lacquerware Traditional Industry Hall
Tel +81-(0)73-482-0322
Last updated: 2021-02-02

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