How Kyoto Is Keeping Japanese Tradition Alive





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Published on Feb 1, 2019

Often referred to as the thousand-year-old capital, Kyoto is a place where Japan’s past and future are colliding. Now, the longstanding craft city and its merchants—like Singing Crane, Musubi Furoshiki and Bento & Co—are facing the challenge of how to evolve traditional techniques to meet modern demands and style.

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Singing Crane: http://utm.io/ubXI

Musubi Furoshiki: http://utm.io/ubXJ

Bento & Co: http://utm.io/ubXK

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