I like Japanese arts and crafts very much, and its packaging is very delicate, beautiful and small.
Personally, I think you will find that the preservation and promotion of Japanese and Korean cultures are much better than ours. The Japanese Arts and Crafts Museum displays many collections of folk arts and crafts from different parts of Japan. It is worth taking children to see. Some things are not fresh, but they have a strong sense of history and folklore.
The Japanese Art Museum showcases old and new traditional crafts (folk arts) collected from various parts of Japan. It was opened in Tangdao in 1950 and moved to its present place 10 years later. From ceramics to lacquerware, dyed fabrics and so on, there are about 8,000 pieces, four different exhibitions a year. It takes 30 minutes.