Mt. Fuji, which can be said to be a symbol of Japan registered as a World Cultural Heritage site using traditional Japanese lacquer work, is drawn, and it is a very luxurious, elegant, and luxurious gem.
White Fuji with elegant snow makeup is drawn.
Kaga gold leaf that has been handed down to this day.
The prestigious brilliance leads to a mysterious world.
The detailed and elegant lacquer work is very beautiful and is a gem that firmly conveys the wishes of the giver as a gift.
It is also appreciated as a souvenir for companies and souvenirs overseas, both domestically and internationally.
Color: Gold (nickel silver)
● Size: 39.5 x 19 x 3.5 cm
● Material: Resin urethane coating
● Specifications: Outer box (dressing box)
● Country of origin: Made in Japan
What is Yamanaka lacquer ware?
Yamanaka lacquer ware originated in the 8th year of Tensho (1580), more than 400 years ago. To express the characteristics of Yamanaka lacquer ware, the divine work “Rokuro grind” is said to be the best in Japan. Due to its reliable technique, the wood of other lacquer ware producing areas is often ground in the mountains. It is Japan’s largest lacquer ware producing area that not only stays in tradition but also continues to refine its craftsmanship over time.
Yamanaka lacquer ware has been certified as a traditional craft by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry of Japan.