Project Description

Over the centuries Japan has developed beautiful and intricate art forms. This collection includes a variety of everyday items, such as dishes, toys, and clothing along with a sampling of different Japanese art forms.

I.A.1 :
Toddler’s Navy Kimono With Bright Flowers

I.A.2b:
Young Girl’s Red Silk Kimono With Large Cramy White Flowers And Jacket

I.A.3:
Orange Kimono

I.B.4:
Pair Of Tabi (Socks)

I.C.1-4 :
Geta (Thong Sandals)

I.C.2:
Adult Geta Sandals

I.D.1:
Kimono Ties

I.D.2:
Netsuke – Demon In Egg, Decoration For Kimono

I.D.3 :
Wall Hanging Of Travel Wear

I.D.4:
Red Plastic Inro, Worn On Kimono

I.D.5:
Black Inro And Box

I.D.6:
Puffy Red Scarf

I.D.7 :
Puffy Blue Scarf

II.A,B,C:
Four Fans

II.D:
Folding Fan With Sumo Wrestlers

II.E:
Folding Fan With Mt. Fuji

II.F :
Fan With Origami Cranes

II.G:
Fan With 2 Women

III.A1:
Hina Mingyo – Bride And Groom Dolls

III.A 2:
Origami Figures Of Man, Woman

III.B :
Mikoshi – Mini Temple Litter

III.C:
Daruma – Red Head Of Buddhist Priest

III.D1:
Wooden Paddle With Applique Of Woman’s Face

III.D 2:
Wooden Paddle With Applique Of Woman’s Face

III.E 1-3:
Tissue Paper Ornaments

IV.A:
Hashi – Chopsticks With Box

IV.B:
Two Chopstick Rests

IV.C:
Meoto Chawan – Wife & Husband Cups

IV. D:
Hot Pad

IV.E And F:
Food Picks And Holder

IV.G:
Pink Silk Billfold

IV.H 1-6:
Six Coasters

IV.H 7-12:
Six Coasters

IV.I:
Two Tea Bowls

V.A:
V. A Three Red Floral Juggling Balls

V.B:
Two Wooden Tops

V.C:
Kokeshi Doll

V.D:
Doll In Red Kimono

V.E:
Dragon Finger Puppet

VI.D:
Creative Japan

VI.E:
Nippnia The Cute World Of Kawaii

VI.F:
The Japan Book

VI.G:
Japan The Enduring Heritage

VI.H:
Grandfather’s Journey

VI.I.
Print Of Fish Lanterns

VI.J:
Map Of Japan