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Holiday of this month antiques tamiser Summer holidays from 4 Aug(Thu) to 24 Aug(Wed).
tamiser table Summer holidays from 4 Aug(Thu) to 24 Aug(Wed).
What is “tamiser”?
antiques tamiser opened in Motoazabu in 2001 and later moved to Ebisu, Tokyo, where it stayed open for 20 years.
antiques tamiser will open its 21st year in my hometown of Kuroiso, Tochigi Prefecture on April 3, 2022.
It is located right in front of Kuroiso Station, the gateway to Nasu Hot Springs.
Before the construction of the Tohoku Shinkansen Nasu Shiobara Station nearby, Kuroiso was crowded with people enjoying hot springs, mountain climbing, and skiing. The emperor during the Showa-era was particularly fond of this area and he would disembark at Kuroiso Station to make his way toward the Imperial Villa. Growing up in Kuroiso, my affection and pride for this endearing town is as constant as the beautiful Naka River that flows through the majestic Nasu mountains. Shotaro Yoshida
3-13 Honcho Nasushiobara-shi Tochigi 325-0056 JAPAN
Phone: 0287-74-3448
Open: 13:00 to 18:00 (Tuesday, Wednesday Regular holiday)
    Scheduled to open on Sunday, April 3, 2022
“tamiser” is a French verb that means “to sift.”The description in the dictionary starts with culinary meanings, such as filtering powder through a sieve for pastries. Reading further, we see a reference to strong light being weakened on its passage through curtains. In both cases the word refers to the refinement and softening of something coarse or strong. Through the filter of my own eyes, antique tamiser is a space where you can encounter objects that have undergone this process of “sifting.” Objects from various countries and eras, tense, delicate, and delightful items, as well as gentle, handcrafted works have been picked through and put on display for the visitor.
3-13 Honcho Nasushiobara-shi Tochigi 325-0056 JAPAN
Phone: 0287-74-3448
Open: 13:00 to 18:00 (Tuesday, Wednesday Regular holiday)
    Scheduled to open on Sunday, April 3, 2022
In September 2009, we opened a shop in front of Kuroiso Station called tamiser kuroiso.
After 14 years of living in both Tokyo and Kuroiso, we will settle in Kuroiso and open a new shop in April 2022.
The name of the shop will be changed to “tamiser table”.
When I first saw this large wooden building completed in 1931, I was immediately captivated.
“antiques tamiser” (owner: Shotaro Yoshida) is on the left, and on the right is “tamiser table” (owner: Midori Takahashi). It is our hope that you will enjoy the unique atmosphere of these two establishments side by side. Whether your journey here is behind the steering wheel of a car, or on a leisurely train ride with a book in your hand, simply relax and enjoy yourself when you visit.
We'll be here with books, mementos, and stories to make your life a bit more delightful and delectable. We hope that our store will serve as a gateway to the cool mountain breeze, rivers, and hot springs.