What's URUSHI(Japanese lacquer)
Asian lacquer trees produce a unique, natural sap that is unequaled by modern imitations.The sap's strength makes our products both highly durable and water-resistant.
One among the several techniques that have developed in the history of lacquerware making, "MAKIE" is a Japanese gilding technique that adds the illusion of a three-dimensional quality to the images on a lacquered surface. Makie's meticulous craftsmanship and its elegant finishing are what gave lacquerware its original name as "Japan" or "Japanese". By applying new materials like cashew sap and wood compounds(MDF), we strive to innovate reasonable, yet reliable products in both traditional and contemporary styles.