Russia, Japan Eager to Host Exhibition of Iranian Handicrafts

News ID: 771328 Service: Society/Culture
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TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Russian and Japanese diplomats expressed enthusiasm for hosting exhibitions of Iranian handicrafts in their countries after visiting a craft fair in Tehran.

According to Pouya Mahmoudian, an official at Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO), Japanese and Russian diplomats were impressed by a recent exhibition of Iranian handicrafts, held in Tehran.

Algeria’s ambassador to Tehran also applauded the exhibition, in which Iranian-made handicrafts were offered for sale, she added.

Iran has a long tradition of producing artisanal goods including Persian carpets, ceramics, copperware, brassware, glass, leather goods, textiles and wooden artifacts including wood inlaying --an art which consists of carving on inlaid pieces of wood and creating embossed designs on them.

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