The famous Tsumami-zaiku artists will talk about their thoughts about Tsumami-zaiku.
The eleventh Tsumami-zaiku Artist is Hong Kong artist Ms. Mercy Mak.
Study under the Master Kinuyo Tomura, Rei Furuya, and Tomomi Yamashita in Japan.
Obtained the Traditional Japanese crafts Tsumami-zaiku Association Qualified Instructor – Representative of China
The first lesson of Tsumami-zaiku opened to the public in Hong Kong
Craftworks were on sale at the D2 Place Autumn Cultural Festival booth
Invited to the Japanese consulate to host the “Japan in Hong Kong – 日本知多D” Tsumami-zaiku production live broadcast.
Q1. How did you start working on Tsumami-zaiku? (Or did you get involved?)
I am attracted by the headdress of Japanese Maiko due to I am a dancer and I start learning Tsumami-zaiku in Tokyo in 2019.
Q2. What are your commitments to your work and what do you care about?
My commitment to my work is to popularize Tsumami-zaiku.
I care about how my creation could attract people to the World of Tsumami-zaiku.
Q3. What is the attractiveness of Tsumami-zaiku for you?
Tsumami-zaiku is art with flexibility.
I can make any creation whatever I want by using fabric alone.
Q4. What do you think about the future possibilities of Tsumami-zaiku?
The growing population of artists of Tsumani-zaiku.
Q5. What do you want to make in the future?
I want to make something with elements that could identify the country where I live.
Q6. How do you think you can use/arrange or deploy Tsumami-zaiku in your country?
By making creations with the identity of my country.