We chose the Kyoto Traditional Industry Exchange Museum and the Kyoto Art Museum near Dongshan Station for our visit. It is said that there will be craftsmen performing craftsmanship in the traditional industry exchange hall of Kyoto, but unfortunately I only see the empty seats. But the works on display are still very exquisite. I am deeply impressed by the fact that Japan's inheritance of traditional handicraft has been so successful. The external space of the gallery is relatively simple and atmospheric. Time is limited, the internal environment can only be a quick glimpse.
This is a very interesting museum. It shows the traditional industries in Kyoto. Such as Beijing lacquerware, Xiqian weaving, Beijing fan, Jingming bamboo, water burning and so on, through modern display equipment and on-site demonstration, the aesthetic feeling and culture will be transmitted to the audience.
Kyoto is the cultural center of Japan. It was also the economic center of Japan in history. Like the ancient capitals of China, Kyoto also has many unique traditional crafts. In the traditional industry exchange hall, an old craftsman accompanied us to visit the traditional industry exhibition first, while visiting and explaining to us one by one, the exhibition hall is not big, but the content is rich.
Relatively speaking, the handicraft and design of Japanese products are mainly based on delicacy and practicability. The museum is still very interesting. It shows many small Japanese objects. It's still fun to introduce some Japanese articles that you can read half-baked.
This exchange hall of Kyoto industry is worth your good experience. It's really interesting.
A place for technical exchange among people in the industry.