Fascinating handiwork you will want to collect
Ko Kado designs and handprints a variety of paperwork using original printing blocks. He studied graphic design in the U.S. and gained his training making Karakami with a longstanding Karakami maker.On the first floor of the workshop is a small space with cards, letter pads and small envelopes.Beautiful and charming Karakami papers exhibit many different expressions depending on the natural light and lighting.Customers can also place orders for panels, sliding doors and wallpaper. Kado will assist you directly to make your very own items with his original printing blocks.
photo:makoto itou,Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Address||11-1 Murasakino Higashi Fujinomori-cho, Kita-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Mon. & closed irregularly|
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