Japanese ceramists (11 P). J. ▻ Japanese jewellery designers (3 P). P. ▻
Japanese potters (28 P). Pages in category "Japanese artisans". The following 4
During the early years of the Tokugawa era, artisans provided services to
inhabitants of the daimyo castles throughout Japan. As the peace endured, cities
casamurai.wikispaces.com/P6 Artisans and Merchants
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 ...
Feudal Japan had a four-tiered class system based on Confucian logic, with ...
farmers were superior to artisans and merchants because they produced the food
Making an ARTISAN&ARTIST product is a unique process where Japanese
artisans, who are specialists that perpetuate a unique tradition, use the best
At the Kayotei, a small ryokan in Japan, guests can arrange visits with local
artisans, including the six featured here.
Jun 23, 2016 ... MUJI, the Japanese retailer that's known for anonymous minimalism, is switching
it up. At its New York flagship, the company is featuring an ...
Dec 1, 2014 ... Japan's Imperial family has long taken under its patronage craftsmen whose
works now form a treasured collection handed down over ...
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, ...
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.