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Shellwork (World Shell Museum)

Shellwork (World Shell Museum)

Shellwork is refers to types of ornamentation, such as accessories and utensils made from or adorned with seashells. Legend has it that a certain hotel on Enoshima Island served food in a seashell and let a diner bring it back home. The diner spread the word about the seashell dish in Enoshima making it popular. This inspired the local craftsmen to start creating shellwork as a signature souvenir of Enoshima Island.

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