This item is A4 size and is designed for the storage of important memories and documents.
Simply leaving it on a shelf can add a touch of "Japanese beauty" to any room.
It is also a great option for interior decoration or as a company souvenir.
made of wood with cashew coating and folded article of a wood fibre and the resin.
Japanese Lacquerware is a Japanese craft with a wide range of fine and decorative arts, as lacquer has been used in variety of objects such as buddha statues, jewel boxes and tableware. It is often called "japan" in English and one of the most admired traditional handicrafts around the world.
Lacquer trees, which grow in East Asia and Southeast Asia, have the property of healing wounds by producing milky white sap that solidifies when it wounds, just like human blood. Lacquerware is wooden objects coated by a lacquer paint, which is the sap produced by lacquer trees.
As the production of lacquer paint is very limited, cashew paint is also commonly used in place of lacquer. Cashew painted lacquerware is much stronger to quality deterioration caused by light and heat.