The 18th Jakarta International Handicraft Trade Fair a.k.a INACRAFT is one of the biggest annual trade fair in Jakarta. The event was held by the Association of Exporters and Producers of Indonesian Handicraft (ASEPHI) with the purpose to improve & introduce Indonesian handicraft to local consumer & overseas. It was started from 20 – 24 April 2016 (sorry for the late post). I came on the last day, hoping to get clearance sale price :p
The 18th INACRAFT 2016 theme was The Splendor of Minangkabau, carrying rich cultural heritage of West Indonesia. Minangkabau is one of the area in West Sumatera.
Before the entrance, there was a photobooth area with the traditional Minangkabau house image also with 2 images of ladies with traditional dress. Mom requested me to take photos of her :p
I brought her here because this is her favorite thing and she was excited about it. 🙂
There are so many booths inside! From Batiks to seashells handicraft from all over Indonesia and some overseas countries. But I’ll let you peek some of them.
Cute rattan handicraft ideas for storage, bag, decoration
Waroeng (daily needs stall)
Miniatures of traditional stalls
Gado Gado (indonesian salad)
Cakue (youtiao, in chinese)
Mie Ayam (chicken noodle)
Miniatures of food cart
Miniature magnets of snacks & cigars
Antique Store!!! *o*
Lighting made from cooking pot
Small Aquarium made from recycled bottle
Some recycled stuff
Batik Jeans, this one is unique!
Spend half day inside the expo caused my legs exhausted 😦 See you in next post.