Japanese non-profit tannery to keep leather making tradition alive

Published:  20 September, 2017

Three young entrepreneurs from the Hyogo tanning area of Japan have established a not-for-profit tannery to maintain traditional leather making skills in the country, and educate consumers about the tradition and quality of Japanese leather.

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