Miyazawa Flutes

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Miyazawa is a Japanese company that produces hand crafted professional flutes. Its instruments are distributed worldwide and played by such musicians as Ian Clarke, Tadeu Coelho, Pierre-Yves Artaud, Jill Felber, Clare Southworth, Mihi Kim, Moshe Aron Epstein and Helen Manente.

Miyazawa flutes are made in a variety of metals including sterling and 958 silver, gold-silver alloy, 9k, 14k, 18k and 24k gold and platinum with options for customization.

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Masashi Miyazawa founded Miyazawa Flutes Mfg. Co., Ltd. in 1969. The Miyazawa headquarters is located in Asaka, Japan. Masashi Miyazawa is currently the Chairman, and the President is Kazu Miyazawa, the son of Masashi Miyazawa.

Miyazawa worked with Danish flutemaker, Johan Brögger, to produce flutes with the Brögger System.[1]

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