Exhibition special feature#12 I want to connect circulation circles from the area using Takuya Tsutsumi

Takuya Tsutsumi will be exhibited at the exhibition "Manufacturing that will lead to the future"looksIt is an introduction.


Exhibition special feature#12 I want to connect circulation circles from the area using Takuya Tsutsumi
After graduating from the Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, he joined the family business in 2004 after working in another industry.
Before joining the company, learning about living in New Zealand, where he stayed in agriculture and working holidays, also made a major change in values.
"I have witnessed the amount of lacquer usage decreasing with a furious momentum, but I believe that using natural things for a long time fosters a Japanese heart."
We are also working on projects that convey new values ​​and potential lacquer.
At the exhibition, you can experience production at homeUrushi Fukushi Set, Kinsei CoffretWe are handling.
* How to use it is a handling book, and please use it with care.
Works while looking at lacquer culture and recycling -type societyPlease come and enjoy it.
‘Connected THE Region Through Urushi '

He joined his family's lacquer business, Tsutsumi Asakichi Urushi, in 2004 after graduating from the School of Agriculture at Hokkaido University. “I think my working holiday in New Zealand studying agriculture and learning to live in harmony with people and nature before joining the business also changed my values. Although I have seen a decline in the use of urushi, I believe that long-term use of natural objects can foster Japanese spirit.” He is also active in projects that convey a new vision and the possibilities of urushi.
■ Exhibition overview
Meeting period: Thursday, October 28, 2021 --Sujiru November (Sun) * Open during the exhibition
Opening hours: 11: 00-19: 00
* For the event, 11: 00-15: 30 on Friday, October 29, and on Saturday, October 30, 11: 00-13: 00/16: 00-19: 00.
(Admission is until 30 minutes before closing)
Entrance fee: Free
Venue: Pola Museum Annex (1-7-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Chuo-ku, 104-0061 Pola Ginza Building)
Access: Tokyo Metro Ginza 1 -chome Station No. 7 Exit / Tokyo Metro Ginza Station 6 minutes walk from Exit A9
Mainly sponsored: Pola Orbis Holdings Co., Ltd.
* We will implement measures to prevent infection for the new colon virus infection, and will be held with consideration so that you can enjoy it with confidence. Please see the Gallery website for requests for customers to prevent the spread of infection.
* Since the number of people will be limited, you may have to wait in congestion.
* Payment at the venue is only cashless payment.
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