JIYUGAOKA VIOLIN : FOUNDED 1989
RESTORERS , DEALERS and MAKERS of Fine Violins , Violas , Cellos and Bows
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. 03 – 3725 – 7329 Tokyo , JAPAN
Josef Naomi YOKOTA , born in Nagasaki, Japan . November 30th 1960.
I graduated from Sculpture of Department of Art at Nihon University in 1984. I studied as an apprentice in violin maker’s atelier until 1989. I began my work professional activity in 1989, opening a workshop in famous town Jiyugaoka, in Tokyo.
The name of the atelier is a ” JIYUGAOKA VIOLIN ” .
My wife ended the Tama University of Arts graduate school and was engaged in an architectural design until 1997. After that , wife moves to the work of the ” JIYUGAOKA VIOLIN ” .
〒 152 – 0035
Address : G Tower – 3F, 1 – 14 – 1 , Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
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I think a wonderful circa 1680 Cremona in Violinmakers had to share the information.
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Instruments officials should share information with us for a better job, I believe.
Josef Naomi Yokota
After these months of preparation, I started making violins on 11 November 2004.
This time I made a violin in a variety of conditions.
July 19, 2010. op.8 violin（ Made a few years ago ) repairs completed.
This repair was to replace the violin table plate.
This day, I found that quality has been achieved.
Violin making now.
Thank you above.