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Things that make you feel a little better.

my Emotion vol.3
Eiko Araki


By Emotion asks connoisseurs
things that move their emotions involuntarily "my Emotion".

The 3rd is Sanuki Kagari Temari Preservation Society

Eiko Araki, a traditional craftsman.



2022.6.3

I think I've done a lot of shopping so far.

Because I make impulse purchases, , I'm often angry when I buy things I don't need from around me.

For example, I came across a solo exhibition of works made by a daughter of a famous brand in Italy, in which silver-crafted wires through many beads are made into three-dimensional objects such as reptiles.

As you can see from the fact that I was also engraving, The curve created by taking into account how silver changes is really beautiful Also, because I used beads that I rarely see in Japan, I really wanted to keep them at hand, so I bought a frog brooch.

It feels like a real frog, and it feels uncomfortable, but it also resonates with my desire to make something interesting with real things .

Like this brooch, I want to welcome this to myself, and if I have this, I feel a little better , mentally and physically. I am buying what I think will be.

At

By Emotion, we had White Chocolat Terrine and Chocolat Beans with all the staff of Sanuki Kagari Temari Preservation Society.

The work of making Temari is detailed, and my head gets tired unexpectedly, so I want something sweet.

It disappeared in a blink of an eye because we all ate it, but The sweetness of the deep taste is very rich , and it feels good to make Temari. It was a conversion.

Ms. Nagako Araki who is trying to get a Temari

And another thing I'm interested in is the champagne cooler of Mr. Nakagawa Woodworking Hira Kobo.

It's fine as a champagne cooler, but I think it would be very beautiful even if you use flowers as a vase .

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Eiko Araki
Sanuki Kagari Temari Preservation Society Traditional Craftsman

Sanuki Kagari Temari traditional craftsman. She was born in Kanonji City, Kagawa Prefecture. After receiving a temari instruction from her parents-in-law, who is her wife, and working on engraving, she goes on to make a temari. As a representative of the Sanuki Kagari Temari Preservation Society, she widely conveys Sanuki's Temari culture and its techniques through exhibitions and workshops, and at the same time, she is also active as a Temari writer.

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Eiko Araki's "my Emotion" ①

Nakagawa Woodcraft Hira Kobo WAVE

Champagne cooler with beautiful curves created by calculation and technology

¥ 159,500 ~

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Eiko Araki's "my Emotion" ②

LiBCACAO White Chocolat Terrine

Professionals who are constantly requested gather together. Rich x refreshing exquisite balance

¥ 4,800 ~

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