Rumen and person who burn Takumi-no-yakata
Traditional Art breathing in area and display facility which introduces history and the skill in the background
Much Traditional Art is left in Koto City. Koto City supported consumer life of capital from the Edo era, and this has been formed in history that developed. Artworks by craftspeople who have been recognized by the City as the holders of registered intangible cultural assets (arts and crafts) are specially selected for exhibition at Kosho Ichibankan, while the world of artisans is on display at Kosho Nibankan, in the form of specially selected exhibits relating to the history, techniques, and tools which have supported traditional arts and crafts.
|Address||3-12-17, Morishita, Koutou-ku (Morishita, Koto-ku Culture Center 2F)|
|TEL||03-3647-9819 (person in charge of Koto City Cultural and Tourism Division cultural assets)|
|Access||Toei Oedo Line, Toei Shinjuku Line "Morishita Station" Exit A6 7-minute walk|