A Japanese traditional craft (Wakayama). The Wooden plate is one of the best items of Kishu Lacquerware Cooperative Union! Kishu Lacquerware (Dinnerware / Interior Decorations) is the tradition of Japan.
Can be used to hold fruit and food, or simply set out as decoration.
|Item Name||Wooden plate|
|Artifact Name||Kishu Lacquerware|
|Place of Production||Wakayama, Japan|
|Delivery Date||App. 2 weeks|
|Material||Kishu Cedar / Japanese natural lacquer|
|Created by Kagesato Sumida|
- Comes packeaged in a paulownia box
About ProductsPlease note that the actual item's size, color, and pattern may differ from the reference images online because each item is hand-made.
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Miyama-ShinjunThis technique is used to create vessels that can safely hold extremely hot contents by baking the wood at high temperatures. Baking the wood creates extremely fine cracks within it, which can then be filled with sap to prevent future cracking.
After the wood is baked, the carbonized portion is removed.
Two different, beautiful colors of the wood grains, representing the contrast of summer and winter, are used in the finished product. The wood is sanded and then finished. The sap soaks deeply into the wood grain, creating a gradation between summer and winter line patterns.
Repeated application of sap increases the depth of color and the smoothness of the surface.
*Winter grain (Deep portion) / Summer grain (Bright portion)