New items added to Eihodo Makie Makeup Brush Series! Maki-e is a technique representative of lacquer art uniquely developed by Japan and has been practiced since the Nara period about 1200 years ago. It is said this maki-e method is what made the people of Western Europe comprehend Japanese art and cultural power at a world fair held in Paris in the 19th century. A thin brush is used to draw on the surface of a vessel with lacquer and gold powder is sprinkled on top before the lacquer hardens to express the pattern.
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