Ware called Yaki-mono
Each piece is then created with their own unique story behind them, each displaying esoteric passion from the sculptor.
The history of the Urushi craft has long existed in Japan during the Jomon period as artifacts dating from that time have proved.
Japan's traditional culture that includes kimono, yukata, obi, kimono accessories, and various other traditional Japanese accessories.
The Maneki Neko's raised left hand represents that of the beckoning of customers and visitors, and the raised right hand represents that of bringing in good fortune.
Japan's traditional crafts remains as a luxury in the modern world without changing its essence.