Glass Beads

History

Decorative glass dates back to ancient Egypt. It was introduced to Japan from China around 2,000 years ago. In 1549, Francis Xavier brought modern European glass products back to Japan, marking the beginning of a new era of glass. The production of mirrors, lenses, and glass beads flourished in Sakai and Tamatsukuri.

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Standard beads (round beads) 1 piece 30 inches (approximately 76.2 cm) *Prices include tax.
Size (diameter)Quantity/bookprice/bookprice/book
4 mmContains approximately 200 pieces830 yen690 yen for 10 or more pieces in one color
4 mmContains approximately 200 piecesG21 is 1,800 yenG21, 1,490 yen for 10 or more pieces
6mmContains approximately 120 pieces960 yen790 yen for 10 or more pieces in one color
6mmContains approximately 120 piecesG21 is 2,090 yenG21, 1,730 yen for 10 or more pieces
8mmContains about 100 pieces1,470 yen1,180 yen for 5 or more pieces in one color
8mmContains about 100 piecesG21 is 3,200 yenFor 5 or more G21, 2,570 yen
10 mmApproximately 80 pieces2,290 yen1,840 yen for 5 or more pieces in one color
10 mmApproximately 80 piecesG21 is 4,990 yen4,000 yen for 5 or more G21

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