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Aldo Bakker
A Dutch product designer.

Amsterdamse Historisch Museum
Amsterdam's historical museum

Fuji Urushi Kougei Co., Ltd.
An Urushi material supplier in Tokyo.

Gidou Shikki Koubou
Urushi Artist in Aizu-wakamatsu in Japan

Het Nationaal Archief
National Archive of the Netherlands/ the Hague, the Netherlands

ICOM
International Council of Museums

ICOM-CC
International Committee for Conservation / International Council of Museums

Joboji urushi-sangyo
An Urushi liquid supplier which is specialized to sell the urushi liquid from Joboji Iwate prefecture.
Koninklijke Bibliotheek
National Library of the Netherlands/ the Hague, the Netherlands

Restorient
The Restoration Studio for Japanese works of art on paper and silk

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
The most principal museum in the Netherlands, with collections from the Golden Age/ Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde
National Museum of Ethnology/ Leiden, the Netherlands

Seikichi Izumi
Seikichi Izumi, the 9th successor as the one and only traditional urushi brush(urushi-bake) artisan in Japan.
In 1656 the first generation of the family Izumi developed the urushi-bake as we know it now.

Van Gogh Museum
The largest collection of paintings of Vincent van Gogh/ Amsterdam, the Netherlands

V&A Museum
Victoria and Albert museum/ London, UK


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