Tradition and Craftmanship
Japanese lacquerware is one of the most famous traditional crafts in Japan -- it is even sometimes called "japan" in English.
It originated more than 5000 years ago, and throughout this long-standing history the techniques have been improved and refined.
Japanese lacquerware is crafted through various manufacturing processes, lathing, painting, polishing and decorating. These Japanese lacquerware vary from everyday-use items such as soup bowls, rice bowls, plates and cups to luxury furniture and tea ceremony set. These products are symbols of Japanese culture.
Recently, Japanese lacquerware sometimes is not used in our daily life, and we try to recover it in everyday life.
With our products we aim to make you feel "a little happiness" in everyday life, by multiplying the power of modern design with outstanding lacquerware technique, so as to recreate the original fascination of lacquerware.