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.
- The fourth fire (next day in case of congratulation), 12/29-1/3
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Fukui Lacquerware at the Urushi no Sato Kaikan22. March. 2018 NAVITIME TRAVEL EDITORThe beauty of Japanese lacquerware is famous throughout the world. It is said that 1,500 years ago, the artisans of Echizen repaired the 26th emperor’s crown using lacquer made from the sap of the Urush… Continue Reading