Gifu Traditional Products
Mino Japanese paper
Mino Japanese paper making has been handed down for over 1300 years. Each piece is carefully made with the rich blessings of the clear stream and craftsmanship using traditional techniques.
Due to its thin, durable and uniform characteristics, it is used for lights and lanterns in addition to shoji paper and recording paper.
Seki City has been known as one of the nation's leading knives for more than 700 years. Many swordsmen gathered in Seki City, and many famous swords representing Japan were made.
Rich water brought by rich nature and high-quality charcoal still support the creation of cutlery in Seki city.