KYOTO JOURNAL -Craft Ecologies- #89

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Craft Ecologies

The Spirit of Takumi -Everett Kennedy Brown
The Tea Scoop and the Sword -Lauren W. Deutsch
Living Kagai Culture -Robert van Koesveld
On the Delights and Vexations of Display -Allen S. Weiss
The Potter and the Cook -Prairie Stuart-Wolff
Follow the Mud -Interview with Emily Reynolds- -Elise Lawrence
3,600 Filaments -The Sound of Silk -Matsuyama Sachiko
Maintaining the Shamisen Tradition -Instrument maker Nosaka Satoshi -Amae Dairik
Precision in Paper -The Super-fine Craft of Katagami Stencils -Melinda Heal
Five Centuries of Perfection -Tea Whisks by Tanimura Tango -Ai Kanazawa Cheung
Cutting Edge -Douglas Brooks
Heirloom Tools -Illustrations by Yasuda Yasuyuki

Regular Features
OUR KYOTO Tresuring Demachi Shotengai -A Kyoto market and its community -Alexandra Ting
Women Entrepreneurs of Kyoto/Listening to Flowers/From Nihonga To Nail Polish -Elle Murrell, photos by Irwin Wong
CONVERSATION On being a Time Being -Author Ruth Ozeki -Interview & photos by James Fyfe
Oscillation III -Tomas Svab
HEARTWORK Tindak Sugbo -Pedaling for Change in Cebu -Jennifer Teeter and Ken Rodgers
ENCOUNTERS America Returns -Sebastian Bitticks
TOKONOMA Sweating for a Few Noodles -Agugn Parameswara
STORY The Glassblower -Christopher Impiglia
POETRY Leath Tonino, Emily Junmin Yoon, Patrick Donnelly, Sonnet Mondal, Joshua Ip
REVIEWS A Tennessee Bumpkin in Emperor Kanmu’s Court -Tripper Ryder
RAMBLE Sen-no-Rikyu Hits the Ceiling -Roberty Brady


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