Japan Creative at Palazzo Litta

April 2018
‘For us, the Japanese sense of beauty has been nurtured by a long-cherished tradition of craftsmanship,’ says Japan Creative, a non-profit organisation that aims to make the new value of Japanese craftsmanship known to the world.
At Palazzo Litta it presents an installation which is the result of collaborative projects that connect local Japanese manufacturers with internationally established designers: KYU and HATO by Kyukyodo (incense/Kyoto) with GamFratesi (Denmark); ABCD by TAKEYARI (canvas/Okayama) with Faye Toogood (UK); and HOLLOW cooking knife by SUWADA (blacksmith/Niigata) with BIG-GAME.‘For us, the Japanese sense of beauty has been nurtured by a long-cherished tradition of craftsmanship”, dixit Japan Creative, a non-profit organisation that aims to make the new value of Japanese craftsmanship known to the world.