Materials produced for ISJFC
A map of the production process of forged steel products, consisting of products at each stage created anew for the purpose of folk technology research, and a collection of work clothes produced in one-fifth scale of the original size.
Materials collected by ISJFC
Clothing, agricultural, household and work goods and religious items. Also, approximately 2,000 mingu items previously owned by merchant families, 1,000 pieces of koema (votive tablets), and 300 handicraft pieces made using small cuts of cloth.
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Institute for the Study of Japanese Folk Culture