Storage box

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A Japanese traditional craft (Iwate). The Storage box is one of the best items of Marusan Shikki! Hidehira-nuri (Hobbies (collection) / Storage box) is the tradition of Japan.

Reference Price

USD 1,077.27

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The sides are created with a very difficult technique called hikimage, which makes them very sturdy.


Item Details

Item NameStorage box
Artifact NameHidehira-nuri
Place of ProductionIwate, Japan
Delivery DateApp. 14 days
ColorBlack ground
PatternYusoku pattern / Genji cloud
Material Natural lacquer / Magnolia obovata / Gold leaf


  • Because all products are handmade, there may be slight differences in pattern, color, and shape.
  • Please understand that this is the way of traditional craft design.

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Please note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.


USD 1,077.27
Consumption tax /
VAT included & Free shipping

About US...

Yusoku pattern

YusokumonyoA traditional pattern that first came to use in the outfits, furnishings, and palanquins of noble families beginning in the Heian Era(794 – 1185).

For cleaning and storage

Lacquerware1.New lacquerware products should be rinsed in lukewarm water, then wiped with a dry cloth. Then, they should twice be wiped with a cloth covered in a small amount of vinegar and left to dry in a well ventilated area.
*Once this is finished, the product is ready to use.

2. To preserve the product’s luster, do not scrub. 
Use a soft cloth to remove any dust. When washing, use soapy water and then dry with a soft cloth. / Avoid the use of hot water.
*Avoid the use of harsh cleaning tools such as scrubbing brushes or sponges. / Avoid the use of polishing powders (cleansers, etc) when washing.

3. Avoid placing the work in direct sunlight. This can alter the product’s shape or color.
*Be especially cautious with vermillion paints.

4. Avoid prolonged exposure to warm water after use. / Wash immediately, wipe with a soft, damp cloth, then wipe again with a dry cloth.