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Juzo Red Lacquer Bowl

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

We love the texture of this graceful red cup, which we found at the morning market in Wajima, a fishing village on the Noto Peninsula. It’s named after a shrine whose door is one of the oldest examples of lacquerware in Wajima.


Legend has it that the people of Wajima learned lacquerware techniques from the priests of  Negoro-ji Temple in Wakayama Prefecture, who fled their home after the samurai warlord Toyotomi Hideyoshi burned it t... Read More

Details and Dimensions

3" h, 4" diameter

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