Tsukuba Kangori Kawara Craft Workshop (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.)

2006
Survey for clay and tile making, trial manufacture of lamps with tiles, tile lamp making workshops for elementary students
[Autumn Festival at Tai-no-sato 2006] (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.) participated
25 Nov 2006 [Promnade of lamps on Tsukubamichi
[1] 2006] (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.)

2007
[Kawaraya]
(Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.) (Workshop room Museum) opened
Participation in the tile lamp workshops by local people and elementary students
[Autumn Festival at Tai-no-sato 2007] (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.) participated
23 Nov 2007 [Promnade of lamps on Tsukubamichi
[1] 2007]

2008

Participation in the tile lamp workshops by local people and elementary students
[Autumn Festival at Tai-no-sato 2008] (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.) participated
8 Nov 2008
[Promnade of lamps on Tsukubamichi[1] 2008] (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.)

Selected by Ibaraki Design Selection 2008
http://www.idesign-c.jp/10_selection/selection2008/selection2008.pdf (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.)
http://www.rural.gr.jp/npo/kawara/d-selection2008-2.html (Linked WEB site is only in Japanese.)


[1] The old main approach to the Tsukubasan Shrine was developed in the time of the third Shogun, Tokugawa Iemitsu.