Get to know About Batik Lasem Tiga Negeri with Unique Motifs

Batik tiga negeri is batik that has three colors, including red, blue, and sogan (yellowish brown). In Lasem, Rembang Regency, Central Java, batik tiga negeri has been exist for hundreds of years. At that time, batik tiga negeri used noni root for red, indigofera leaves for blue, and tegeran wood for brown. Although it has […]

D Klotiq – Manufacturer of Batik Clog Slippers and Sandals – Unique Batik Craft from Indonesia

D Klotiq offers a selection of clog slippers and sandals that are made of wood by skilled craftsmen. But more than that, D Klotiq has unique season of clog sandals that is combined with the beauty of batik fabric. For the selection of clogs sandals, D Klotiq offers a double right which serves the circulation of blood. Clog […]

Asta Auliya Handicraft – Center of Mask Handicraft and Cultural Products from Yogyakarta

Besides batik, Yogyakarta also has center of mask craft. Bobung Tourism Village is located in Patuk District, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta. The residents of this tourist village are mostly work as craftsmen mask. No kidding, wooden mask craft in Bobung is worldwide and famous to the other countries. To make the mask, the raw material used comes from […]

Batik Mago – The Beautiful of Batik Handicraft on Fabric and Glass Product, from Bogor, West Java

Batik Mago is a manufacturer of various batik handicrafts based fabric with natural dyes. Batik Mago is the work of Suryawati Liman Halim who has a showroom in Branangsiang Indah. Unlike the other Bogor Batik, Batik Mago does not only use the motif of Bogor, but also mix and match with other motifs. In addition to […]

Batik Bogor Tradisiku – Beautiful and Ethnic Craft with Batik Taste from Bogor, West Java

Batik Bogor Tradisiku is a Bogor batik pioneer which was established in January 13th 2008. Showing the love to Bogor, the owner (Mr Siswaya) was inspired to preserve Bogor cultural heritage and create jobs for the society. The products are variant, ranging from table cloth, vase, jar, clothing, sleepers, helmet, tea set, and other ethnic products. […]