Merchandise catalog

The Ise Katagami Cooperative Association sells various products within the Suzuka Municipal Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts.
For any inquiries regarding these products, please contact the Ise Katagami Cooperative Association by phone.

Ise Katagami Cooperative Association TEL 059(386)0026 FAX059(386)7511

Framed Goods

Framed art created from katagami by traditional craftsmen. The pattern displayed in the picture is a classic Japanese “noshime” design often found in ceremonial clothing. It is created using all four of the traditional katagami engraving methods.

Framed Goods

Signature Board Art

The signature board series features katagami created by artisan engravers. There are many designs including classic Japanese motifs, seasonal flowers, animals of the zodiac, scenery, and more.

The engraved katagami is fastened to a signature board. There are two sizes of card paper available, big and small.

card paper art

Katagami Bookmarks

Katagami bookmarks are sold in sets of three. These bookmarks are an excellent way to casually enjoy traditional katagami made with various carving methods. Patterns are made using dogubori and kiribori techniques, and feature komon crests and other classic Japanese designs.

Katagami Bookmarks

LED Katagami Light Fixtures

These lanterns and light fixtures come from a collaboration between Ise Katagami and expert joiners. The delicateness of both katagami and joinery are combined to create light that shines out from the patterns. These fixtures use LED lighting.

LED Katagami Light Fixtures

Chiseling Set

This beginner chiseling set includes a box cutter, a vinyl mat, a chisel, a small signature board, and a signature board. Even people who have never made katagami can easily enjoy trying it with this set.

Chiseling Set

Japanese Dyed Paper

Japanese washi paper that has been dyed using Ise Katagami. There are many colorful designs that can be used in any way you please. Some ideas could be using them as a lamp shade or as wrapping paper for presents.
These papers exude a tasteful sense of being hand dyed. They come in five types: large, medium, small, small pouch, and medium pouch.

Japanese Dyed Paper

Hand Towel

These hand towels have been dyed using the same chusen techniques that are used on yukata. The patterns include traditional small crests among various other designs. Due to the dyeing technique, the bright colors are fade resistant and the fabric is sturdy.

Hand Towel

Clear File

These clear files were designed using patterns created by Ise Katagami. There are five varieties ranging from intricate patterns to ornamental decorations. The intricately patterned files appear brighter based on the lightening. The ornamental patterns used vary from classic celebratory designs to fine art.

Clear File