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An exhibition of lacquer works by Jihei Murase opens at Ippodo gallery

Ippodo gallery is holding an exhibition of lacquer works by Jihei Murase III. Murase is a third-generation lacquerware artist, with the Murase family traditions dating back to the Edo period (1603-1868). Seeking inspiration for the original work of his grandfather honoring the tea ceremony, the objects are created in the style of Negoro, named for the 12th century temple which originated the design.
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