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Kiku Yamanaka Lacquer Bowl

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

Named after the youngest daugher of Maeda Toshiie, whose family ruled Kanazawa for three centuries, this refined bowl highlights the wood’s natural grain. Made in the Yamanaka style, It’s also extremely durable.


Yamanaka, a hot spring village in southern Ishikawa, is famous for its woodwork. The town specializes in kiji, the wooden core of lacquerware, which is made by shaving the wood down to the desired shape... Read More

Details and Dimensions

3" h, 5" diameter

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