|Pseudonym reading||Yoboji's oyster paste and yobushi nuri-no-yu|
|Specified type||Country designation|
|Type||Important tangible folk cultural property|
|Designated date||March 3, 1987|
|location||Ninohe City Johoji Town Oyama character Oyama Kubo|
|home page||Yusei-sha | The Land of Urushino, Johoji|
Mainly in Ninohe city, it consists of 3,832 items such as lacquer scraping tools collected from nearby areas and tools such as Jokiji lacquer wood craftsmen, painters, sales, ceremonies and ceremonies, and related documents.
It is a valuable resource for knowing the traditional technique of Jojo-ji, which uses the best Japanese lacquer to finish the process.
This collection is important as a material to understand the life of people involved in the collection of raw lacquer in Jojoji area and the life practices of Jojoji.