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Takaoka Douki (Copperware) – Wind Chime

The characteristics of Takaoka douki are free molding as well as intricate shaping, and graceful and smooth surface.

Takaoka Douki (Copperware) – Ornament

The characteristics of Takaoka douki are free molding as well as intricate shaping, and graceful and smooth surface.

Takaoka Douki (Copperware) – Presented by OSK Global Business Promotion

The characteristics of Takaoka douki are free molding as well as intricate shaping, and graceful and smooth surface.

Takaoka Douki (Copperware) – Incense Burner

The characteristics of Takaoka douki are free molding as well as intricate shaping, and graceful and smooth surface.

Takaoka Douki (Copperware) – Teaware

The characteristics of Takaoka douki are free molding as well as intricate shaping, and graceful and smooth surface.

Takaoka Douki (Copperware) – Vase

The characteristics of Takaoka douki are free molding as well as intricate shaping, and graceful and smooth surface.

Takaoka Lacquerware – Presented by OSK Global Business Promotion

Takaoka Lacqueware was first made in 1609 when Toshinaga Maeda, the second load of the Kaga Domain, built Takaoka Castle in Takaoka city. In Takaoka Lacquerware has been nominated as traditional crafts of Japan.

Kanshitsu ware is very right & beautiful and useful for daily life. In Japan, only few artists concentrate to keep this traditional technique.

Kanshitsu is one of the technique of the statue production in the Orient swelled with Japanese lacquer (Urushi) put on hemp cloth and heaped up the thing which kneaded a mixture of lacquer and wood flour, and to form an image.

Furoshiki Blue

Furoshiki Blue

Lacquer for Rice Bowl - Yoshita Kashou Studio

Lacquer for Rice Bowl - Yoshita Kashou Studio

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