Edo glass

About Edo glass

Edo glass is a traditional glass craft made with techniques passed down since the Edo period (1603-1868). Initially, Edo glass products included mirrors, eyeglasses, furin wind chimes, ornamental hairpins, and other items. In the early Meiji period (1868-1912), Western techniques were introduced in the government-operated glass factory in Shinagawa, Tokyo, which led to the modernization of glass production.
●Designated as a Traditional Craft of Japan in 2014

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