Now tourists who vacation in the city of Jepara, can see the Jepara carving center. This is because the Japanese government has tried to introduce Japanese handicrafts to the global market. The relief carving center in Senenan, and the sculpture crafts center in Mulyo Harjo, are proofs of the seriousness of the Jepara local government in introducing the works of citizens to the world.
In addition to relief carvings and sculptures, Jepara also has other industrial centers. Like:
* Jepara Carved Furniture Industry
* Sculpture & Carving Crafts
* Relief Crafts
* Rattan Furniture & Crafts
* Troso Ikat weaving (sarong, bed sheet, curtains, clothes made of silk and cotton)
* Monel Craft
* Tourism Industry (Karimunjawa National Park)
The Furniture and Handicraft Industry is the mainstay of the Jepara district. This industry has been the backbone of the Japanese economy for a long time. In addition, Jepara tourism has many interesting objects that can be developed to make it even better.