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Porcelain Aritayaki Taizan

Craftsman of cherry bark  - Maison DENSHIRO

Denshiro has been working with cherry bark since 1851. Throughout its long history, since its founding 170 years ago, the philosophy of these craftsmen has been respectfully preserved and passed down from generation to generation.
Long ago, the mountain cherry tree had the same name as the birch tree: Kaba. That is why cherry bark work is called Kabazaiku, or "birch work". Our craftsmen use the most natural materials and always strive to let the wood express itself in their work. Our Kabazaiku series is not only functional but also elegant, to decorate your table. 
Porcelain of Taizan

Cherry bark

Cherry bark is an eco-friendly material as it will regrow after being harvested. Cherry bark ware mainly have two different kinds of finishes: the one is Marble, that retains the appearance of the raw bark ; the other is Natural, whose surface is thinly scraped to a polish. The surfaces of tea caddies will grow more lustrous the more you handle them.

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The lantern festival takes place on the 15th day of the Chinese New Year (often in February). This day corresponds to the first full moon of the new lunar year, which symbolises the arrival of spring, and when the family gathers together.
The tradition is to go out for a walk at nightfall with a lantern in hand. There are still a few devotees who continue to build their own traditional paper lanterns lit by candlelight, but the majority of people go out to contemplate the parades of lanterns and floats decorated with animals, plants and legendary or mythological scenes.
This traditional festival is also celebrated every year by the residents of Nagasaki's Chinatown as a way of promoting the city.
In 1994, the Chinese New Year festival was extended to include the Nagasaki Lantern Festival, which has since become a colourful winter tradition of major importance in the city.
Culinary traditions
It is traditional to enjoy Tang yuan (sesame pearl) soup. These are bite-sized pieces of rice dough filled with black sesame cream, boiled and served in a yellow sake broth. Their rounded shape symbolises fullness, a reunited family and happiness.
Nagasaki lantern festival

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AchiKochi (pronounced "atchi kotchi" and meaning "here and there"), is a "select shop" that imports products made by its Japanese craftsmen spread throughout Japan. These beautiful products are all handmade, of exceptional quality, functional, and made in the respect of traditions often more than a hundred years. 
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