Legend has it that a god created Japan, starting off with Awaji Island.
People have been making Edo (mud) walls and Shiro (plaster) walls on this island ever since. For more than 1,500 years the people on Awaji Island have been contributing to Japan's traditional architecture by creating spaces, exteriors, and landscapes through the use of Edo and Shiro walls.
The history of plaster in Japan spans over 1,400 years and the technique has been handed down unchanged throughout that time to the present day.
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