Tottori is the least populous prefecture in Japan. Abundant in natural resources, but difficult to access due to its mountainous terrain and harsh winters, this prefecture gave rise to a unique culture of craft. Tottori Prefecture also benefits from the legacy of the founder of Japan's folk art movement, Mingei, Shoya Yoshida, who was born there and helped lead an impressive craftsmanship revival which resonates to this day.
Featured: curated by COCOROSTORE
Located in Kurayoshi, Tottori Prefecture, COCOROSTORE has been actively curating and supporting crafts in Tottori, closely collaborating with a number of artisans. Find out more about COCOROSTORE here.