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Toshiie Wooden Canister

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

We love the way the carver of this handsome canister used his skill to enhance the natural beauty of the wood, a technique that’s characteristic of the Yamanaka style. Yamanaka woodwork is also known for its durability, which is why we named this impressive specimen named after Maeda Toshiie, who founded the long-lasting Maeda dynasty in Kaga. 


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

3.5 " h, 3.3" diameter

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