KUMIKO Asanoha Mark Coaster Ornament Set
Enjoy the beauty of wood and delicate designs!
KUMIKO is one of Japanese traditional crafts and techniques from Kyoto. Craftsmen hand-made one by one without using nails nor glue. The key to manufacturing KUMIKO is its unique holes and the gaps in the pieces. By combining multiple pieces, craftsmen produce more than two hundred pattern designs.
During the process, even a 0.1mm error is crucial. Thus KUMIKO craftsmen's extraordinary skills and techniques are essential in crafting KUMIKO. In addition to the skills and techniques, knowledge of characteristics of Japanese woods highly influences the completion of KUMIKO making. Usually, KUMIKO craftsmen spend more than 10 years mastering the skill.]
The origin of KUMIKO is known to be the Asuka era, and the earliest KUMIKO of Japan is in the Kondo of Horyuji Temple. Until today, the charm of the KUMIKO has been passed on by craftsmen. Carefully crafted and assembled KUMIKO will last for a long time.
Avoid fire, humid area and close to water.
As a souvenir or for someone who is purchasing Kumiko product for the first time. Palm-size simple design and can be used as coasters and ornaments.
Beihiba (Yellow ceder):
The yellowish tint shows slight color change over time. The grain of wood is inconspicuous, and individual differences are not that much noticeable.
The Asanoha hemp leaves with reddish color and a chic impression. Please note since the grain of wood is clear, and individual differences are noticeable.
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