Broadcast on November 1, 2019
Available until November 1, 2020
Japan is full of various goods that reinvent Japanese traditions with brand new ideas! This time, we're introducing you to items and shops in Tokyo and Kyoto Prefectures that are based on Japanese tradition and culture. Also, don't miss our special on Kokeshi, traditional Japanese wooden dolls that have been in a mini renaissance lately. Kokeshi fans tell us what they love most about the traditional Japanese craft.
What's trendy in traditional fashion?
Meet charismatic yukata shop owner, Natsuki Shigeta
Mr. Yabatan checks out unique fashion and accessories
Meet Yoko Umeno, designer
Misha and RinRin show some cute obi backpacks
Check out what's happening in traditional kawaii in Kyoto Prefecture
Visiting a temple, transforms its sermon hall into a cafe
Art school students + designers + Kyoto artisans = ?
Misha and RinRin try out some modernized traditional outfits
Tokyo Photobook - Natyu, embroidery artist
Introducing Japanese Kokeshi wooden dolls
Maiko's Kokeshi lesson
Meet Jeanne, Kokeshi fan from overseas
Misha and RinRin check out some of the big Kokeshi fans on the internet
Kawaii Tutorial - A cake house made of bread by Kyara Kyara, cooking professional