An artisan is a skilled craft worker who makes or creates things by hand that may
be functional ... Shokunin is a Japanese word for "artisan" or "craftsman", which
also implies a...
During the early years of the Tokugawa era, artisans provided services to
inhabitants of the daimyo castles throughout Japan. As the peace endured, cities
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During the Tokugawa Period in Japan, artisans and merchants were important to
Japanese society, yet they occupied a low social status. An artisan, or a ...
Jan 7, 2016 ... Director Jeremy Valender of Pundersons Gardens visited Japan's independent,
small-batch factories and breweries to capture the care that ...
Oct 21, 2013 ... The new look of Japanese artisans. Manufacturing town Tsubamesanjo crafts a
modern image for its ailing factories. by Cameron Allan Mckean.
Making an ARTISAN&ARTIST product is a unique process where Japanese
artisans, who are specialists that perpetuate a unique tradition, use the best
Jan 8, 2016 ... Discover the inner workings of the Masumi Sake Brewery in a six-part series
touring Japan's fast-disappearing, traditional food producers, ...
Dec 1, 2014 ... Japan's Imperial family has long taken under its patronage craftsmen whose
works now form a treasured collection handed down over ...
There are many paper artisans here in Echizen Washi, but few people know ... of
making Washi, using 100% of the Japanese Kozo with hands, no machines.
The Japanese feudal system that existed between 9<sup>th</sup> century and 12<sup>th</sup> ... in the
hierarchy and enjoyed more privileges than the merchants or the artisans.