Lacquerware is hand-finished by skilled craftsmen using various techniques. It is a gem decorated with a shell in the shape of a cherry blossom, which is a symbol of Japanese culture. Perfect for storing small items and jewelries. The more you use it, the more the texture will increase, and it will become your precious tool.
Japanese lacquerware is a Japanese craft with a wide range of fine arts and decorative arts through the use of lacquer on various objects such as Buddha statues, jewelry boxes and tableware.
A perfect gift for your family and friends.
Raden is a prominent traditional craft technique that has been passed down since Japan’s ancient Tenpyo era (1500 years ago). Raden crafts utilise the rainbow-like glitter of abalone shells. The Raden craftsmen cut the part into as thin as 0.1mm with chisels and needles and create images of natural objects that will be attached to lacquerware.
This technique to produce the splendid Raden lacquerware represents Takaoka’s (Toyama prefecture) profound heritage of craftsmanship. Raden was designated as the national traditional crafts in 1975.