Echizen Lacquerware Hall (うるしの里会館)
The Echizen Lacquerware Hall is a craftsman’s workshop where you can get a look at historical materials and the manufacturing process, from lumber to decoration. It is a valuable place where you can hear directly from a traditional craftsman of Echizen lacquerware. The museum shop features over 1,000 items that you can buy for a reasonable price only possible here, a production region for lacquered products.
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