|Film Description:||Reel 5 of 40|
ShotlistReel 5 of 40
Cat. Reel 256 1965: Reel 5: Japan. Mar. 29-30. Heian Shrine, Kyoto.
Lacquer platter: mountains, boats, pearl inlay, (cu).
Two decorated lacquer boxes: floral, house, river (cu).
Woman applying lacquer, mother-of-pearl inlay.
Lacquer picture: Seven men in feudal garb. (cu).
Lacquer and pearl picture: ancient costumes.
Plate: outdoor scene.
Two boxes: gold-bird design, leaf design.
Sign in lacquer factory: "est. 1857."
Old-style woman's dress.
Shrine: roof, covered bridge (cu of roof).
Steps in lacquer process: display.
Girl working on cloisonné wire.
Cloisonné wire on object.
Working on cloisonné at workbench (cu)•
Circular lacquered box: floral pattern.
Polishing a dish by hand in holding-frame
Completed cloisonné dish, boxes, figures,
Decorated clay lion: red tongue.
Clay objects: dragon boat, figures.
Brown vessel with rope-shaped handles.
Potter making bowl by hand on powered wheel:
Parked buses for touring school students.
Red-haired doll, cloth-dressed.
Pottery Shop: making bowl using wooden tool.
Potter streaking pot before firing: hand brush, revolving
Wooden calipers, Shaping tool (cu)
Painting crab-design on clay vessel (cu)
Interior of electric kiln (cu)
Dish with crab design.
Japanese bride in traditional Shinto dress, elaborate hat (cu)
Nishi Kawa bamboo ship: bamboo curtain.
Four miniature houses made of bamboo.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Shinto wedding, Cloisonné, Ceramics, Pottery, Heian Shrine, Kyoto, Handcrafts|
|Tags:||Ceramics | Cloisonné | Handcrafts | Heian Shrine | Kyoto | Pottery | Shinto wedding|
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