- 전통적 공예품을 찾는다
전통적 공예품을 찾는다TRADITIONAL CRAFTS
Kawatsura Lacquer Ware
가마쿠라 시대에 이 지방을 지배하고 있었던 영주의 남동생이, 현지의 산에서 자르기 시작해진 너도밤나무의 나무나 옻나무를 이용하고, 무기에 옻나무를 바르는 것을 부업으로서 가신에게 명한 것이 시작으로 여겨지고 있습니다.
The beginnings of this craft go back to the Kamakura period (1185-1333), when the younger brother of the lord of the fief who ruled this area, ordered the retainers to take up lacquering pieces of armor and weaponry as a job, using locally tapped lacquer and Japanese beech cut from the mountains in the area. The making of bowls began in earnest in the middle of the Edo period (1600-1868) and by the end of the period work was concentrated on the three districts of Kawatsura in what is now Inakawa-cho, Odate and Minashi and the making of everyday pieces of household goods flourished in what had become a production center.
Akita Cherry-Bark Work
자작나무 세공은, 18 세기말에, 사타케 홋케에 의해, 아키타현 북부의 아진지호에서 가쿠노다테에 기법이 전해진 것이 시작으로 여겨지고 있습니다.
It seems that Kaba Zaiku goes back to the end of the 18th century, when the techniques were passed on to the people in Kakunodate by the Satake Kita-family from the Ani district in the north of Akita Prefecture.
오다테 휨 말썽장이
Odate Bentwood Work
세키가하라의 싸움으로 진 도요토미 쪽의 무장이었던 사타케 요시노부가, 토쿠가와막부에 의해, 그뿐인 영지였던 미토에서 아키타까지 이전했을 때, 아키타의령민의 생활은 정말 궁핍해, 그 날의 음식에 곤란한 사람마저 있는 정도였습니다.
Satake Yoshinobu was a military commander who fought with Toyotomi Hideyoshi at the battle of Sekigahara in 1600. Hideyoshi was vanquished and Satake was ordered by the Tokugawa Shogunate to move from his former domain of Mito to Akita in the extreme north of Honshu. He found the people there were very poor and some did not even have enough to eat. As castellans of Odate castle, the western branch of Satake family set about trying to relieve the poverty of their people by using the rich supplies of timber to be found in the fief.
아키타 삼나무 통 통
Akita Cedar Cooperage
아키타 성 유적에서, 15-16세기의 것으로 보여지는 통에 사용한 박판, 바닥 판, 손잡이 등이 발굴되고 있습니다.
Elements of tubs dating from the 15th and 16th centuries have been discovered at the former site of Akita castle. Records dating from the beginning of the 17th century kept by one of the old families of the Akita clan, make it clear that tubs were being used at a sake maker within the present-day district of Ogatsu-cho.