First we got a presentation on how the various woods are put together and then sliced to make pieces of a variety of colors. They are they joined to form pictures, boxes, toys, etc. It's fascinoating to watch the skill and craftsmanship involved in this ancient art. Their prices are reasonable and I couldn't resist choosing a picture of cherry blossoms and Mt. Fuji that now hangs in a place of
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