Examples of Use
Examples of Use
Tsujikura wagasa (umbrellas) are used in a variety of situations. They are used in traditional festivals, Japanese inns and Japanese restaurants, as well as in displays brightening up events and stores in both Japan and overseas.
Tsujikura put their utmost effort into understanding customer needs, and undergo much discussion to produce wagasa which they will be truly satisfied with.
Please take a look at a few examples of use.
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A cosmetics store in the LA neighborhood is drawing a lot of attention.
The store has arranged colorful wagasa and bangasa as lovely ceiling lighting.
Association Amitié St Cyr Japon Presentation
An exchange agreement signing ceremony was held between the Association Amitié St Cyr Japon (St Cyr Japan Friendship Association) and Société Franco-Japonaise de Kobe (Kobe Japan France Society) on October 16, 2016, at the town hall of Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France. The signing ceremony was attended and witnessed by Hyogo Prefecture Vice-Governor Kanazawa and Kobe City Mayor Kizo, who had attended the Japan France local government meeting the previous day. Following this, the Société Franco-Japonaise de Kobe (Kobe Japan France Society) presented the Association Amitié St Cyr Japon (St Cyr Japan Friendship Association) with a Tsujikura wagasa.
Sea Kyoto Exhibition
Tsujikura wagasa were used in the Amonohashidate Tourism Association event ‘Amanohashidate Machi Akari Burari Sansaku’(Amanohashidate City Light Stroll) held in Miyazu City, Kyoto Prefecture in 2015 and 2016. Under the title of ‘Wa no Kasa Akari’(Japanese Umbrella Lights), wagasa were used as lights to brighten up the city in Amanohashidate.
Tsujikura were most pleased to hear from an overseas customer, who, after carefully considering each purchase, sent pictures of their wagasa being used as interior decoration. When wagasa are used as interior decoration, a new attractiveness can be felt. Ceiling decoration is a very beautiful use.