Introducing about 320 local toys from all over Japan along with their origins. We also introduce local toys and sweets from all over the world.
It strongly reflects the climate of each region such as papier mache, clay dolls, and wooden toys, and fully conveys the simple and lovely charm of local toys that continue to be made by traditional methods.
- Release Date:
- March, 2015
Writer. Born in Shizuoka in 1976. After graduating from Osaka University of Arts, She spent several years in Kyoto and is now active in Tokyo.
She writes in books and magazines, focusing on the things and things that women like, such as travel, walks, sweets, souvenirs, classic hotels and architecture.
She is also an instructor at a culture school with themes such as walking around town and souvenirs.