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D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibit

D47 Project Children’s Tools Exhibit, Shibuya – Japanese Gifts for Kids – Ends June 11, 2017

Stumbled across this beautiful D47 Project Children’s Tools Exhibit the other day having lunch at the D47 Shokudo. If you are looking for Japan designed and made gifts for children, this exhibit is the perfect solution. You can find D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibitproducts from the 47 prefectures of Japan including child size bowls utensils, creative Japanese “sitting futons,” puzzles and clothing all which are amazedly creative and D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibitwell made. My daughter loved the stacking wood rocks and the cute notebooks with monsters on the covers. All of the products exhibited are for sale at the D47 Products Children’s Tool Exhibit. Perfect timing to pick up some gifts for summer trips to visit relatives abroad.

D47 Project Children’s Tools Exhibit – Japanese Gifts for Kids – Ends June 11, 2017

D47 Project Children's Tools ExhibitMonozukuri for children in the 47 prefectures – content from the D47 website.D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibit

d47 MUSEUM has been presenting the unique features of the 47 prefectures of Japan using 47 exhibition tables with a different theme on each occasion, such as Craft Beer, Good Design Awards and Accessories. The theme of the 18th exhibition this time is Children’s Tools – things used by children from the 47 D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibitprefectures, such as utensils, toys, clothing, and furniture. The items on exhibition are available for sale.

As the rediscovery of Monozukuri (lit. process of creating things or craftsmanship) in Japan and “lifestyle craftwork” gain more attention, we organized this exhibition to see how the power of design and craft in all parts of Japan synergizes with “children.” We want to develop a sense of the D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibit“kindness” of modern Japan through the ideas and designs of “children’s tools” created from the unique crafts of each region, such as wooden bicycles made using the traditional craft of “Mageki (wood bending),” and semi-tailor made children’s clothing produced from the D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibitdevelopment of local textile industry.

D47 Project Children’s Tools Exhibit Details
Address: Shibuya Hikari Building 8th floor, 2-21-1 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Business Hours: April 6 – June 11, 2017; 11:00 – 20:00 Everyday
Website: http://www.hikarie8.com/d47museum/2017/03/47-4.shtml  (Japanese only)
Access: 5 min walk from Miya Masuzaka-guchi (Hikari shopping building) from Shibuya Station
Note: Strollers allowed

D47 Project Children's Tools Exhibit

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D47 Project Children’s Tools Exhibit – Japanese Gifts for Kids – Ends June 11, 2017

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