Pliers and nippers handmade by Master of Traditional Crafts
KOYOSHI SEISAKUSHO

Founded in 1937. They produce traditional tools including yattokos (Japanese pliers) and kuikiris (Japanese nippers), with each pair of metal parts forged from a single bar of metal, a process which can only be done by hand. In 2012, the second generation master Yoshio Kobayashi was cknowledged as a Master of Traditional Crafts by the Japanese government. Their traditional nails were used in the renewal of Ise Grand Shrine.

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9:00-12:00
13:00-16:00
Limited to 6-7 participants per visit


9:00-12:00
13:00-16:00
Limited to 6-7 participants per visit


9:00-12:00
13:00-16:00
Limited to 6-7 participants per visit