Participation in “Shizen – le Nöel japonais de la Recyclerie,” a Christmas market held in 18th arrondissement of Paris
“Washoku” to release messages on outstanding Japanese craftsmanship will participate in the annual Christmas market of 18th arrondissement of Paris during two days of December 12 (Sat) – December 13 (Sun), 2020 with the help of Maison Wa which introduces Japanese goods products in Paris.
This time the theme of “Shizen – le Nöel japonais de la Recyclerie” is Japan for the first time. In the place with the image of Japanese winter village, we will exhibit the tin drinking vessel “Masu-jiro” and “Etena” tumbler whose production is realized by traditional techniques of artisans and cutting-edge technologies.
One of the characteristics of the Tokyo antimony crafts “Masu-jiro” and “Etena” is that of tin: it eliminates impurities. The water or sake poured into these vessels tastes good with a wonderful fragrance. They retain heat very well and those are friendly to both people and the environment.
* This business is selected as one of “Buy TOKYO promotional activity support projects” of Tokyo. It aims at selling products of Tokyo with regional characters both inside and outside Japan and also aims at releasing messages on those products.
* Our “Washoku” business aims at releasing messages on outstanding Japanese product to the world and also aims at extending possibility as occupations there. It supports to sell products which are manufactured by Japanese traditional techniques both inside and outside Japan and also support release messages on those products.
Title: Shizen – le Nöel japonais de la Recyclerie
Period: 12:00-, December 12 (Sat) – Dec 13 (Sun)
Place: La REcyclerie
83 Boulevard Ornano 75018 Paris
Official website: www.larecyclerie.com
“masu” is a Japanese traditional scale of volume and widely used in celebrations. This “masu” has become a beautiful drinking vessel with Japanese traditional patterns. Each vessel is produced by mold hand casting of artisans.
“Etena” is a tableware product series using a new material “Etena” of tin alloy. It has a mirror-finished surface and beautiful pattern relief on the surface.
Tokyo antimony crafts (Information on “Washoku” by Artland Co., Ltd.)
“Buy TOKYO promotional activity support projects” by Tokyo