Japanese wood art

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かご・ざる展 ~自然素材の暮らしの道具~ | イベント | cotogoto コトゴト

かご・ざる展 ~自然素材の暮らしの道具~

cotogotoの夏の恒例「かご・ざる展」。5回目となる今年は、定番の竹以外にも、さまざまな素材でつくられたものを集めました。藁、くるみ、いぐさ、七島藺(しちとうい)、イタヤ……。かごやざる全150種

肥松木工品 IKUNAS(イクナス)

肥松木工品 IKUNAS(イクナス)

肥松木工品 IKUNAS(イクナス)

リングボックス IKUNAS(イクナス)

リングボックス IKUNAS(イクナス)

香川の伝統的工芸品である肥松木工品のリングボックスです。樹齢300年を超える松の中心部「肥松」をろくろで仕上げています。木目の美しさと年月が経つほど赤茶色の美しい艶に変化していく様が魅力です。太陽など光に透かすと、べっ甲のように透けて見え、大変美しく貴重な逸品です。アクセサリーを入れたりと使い方は様々です。お手入れ方法は主に、オリーブオイルを浸した布で空拭きを定期的に行います。

Wooden molds for Japanese sweets, handmade Wagashi

日本海报到底厉害在哪里?

在对日本海报设计风格形成的经验的总结中,我们可以看到的是没有任何形态和色彩自身能够自成体系,而是所有形态和色彩在同一感觉的功能结构中各显其能,共同发挥作用。

樺細工(秋田) – THE COVER NIPPON

樺細工(秋田)

桜から生まれた 美しい茶筒 古くから城下町として整備された角館の町並み。古き良き情緒が漂う武家屋敷がもっとも美しいとされる春の季節。桜並木が一斉に春の到来を告げ、しだれ桜の桜色が武家屋敷に降りそそぎ、

Broken is Beautiful in the Japanese tradition of kintsugi. Broken things are repaired with gold (or silver) joinery, so that the repaired object is even lovelier than the original. It leaves history in tact and brightens any mistake.

Broken is Beautiful: The Japanese Tradition That Makes Broken Things Even Better than Brand New

It is a fact of life that buildings, as they age, inevitably fall apart. We Americans are not quite comfortable with this. We like everything to be shiny and new: we like all our buildings and our interior finishes to have the smooth sameness of youth. But the Japanese have developed a way of dealing with this. They have, in fact, embraced the idea that sometimes fixing broken things can make them even better and more beautiful than when they were new.

JAANUS / chasen 茶筅

JAANUS / chasen 茶筅

JAANUS / chasen 茶筅

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reference for making vessels.

Bamboo and Woodwork Cutlery by Saya Okihara and Kazuho Shimomoto 6 – Hugh W. Stinnette Bamboo and Woodwork Cutlery by Saya Okihara and Kazuho Shimomoto 6 Bamboo and Woodwork Cutlery by Saya Okihara and Kazuho Shimomoto 6

Bamboo Cutlery by Saya Okihara and Kazuho Shimomoto – OEN

OEN is a shop selling craft and design goods from all over the world.

We are excited to announce these beautiful tea utensils by Artisan and friend Tango Tanimura are new

Koto Tea | Category: Water Ladle (Hishaku)

Selected Artworks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Katō Tōshōsai | Basket in the Form of a Flower Cart (Hanaguruma-gata hanakago) | Japan | Shōwa period (1926–89) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Selected Artworks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Bamboo weaving is a form of bamboo working and traditional Japanese craft with a range of fine and decorative arts especially in basket weaving.

Wada Waichisai I | Karamono-Style Flower Basket (Hanakago) | Japan | Meiji period (1868–1912) | The Met

Selected Artworks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Iizuka Rokansai – Bamboo Grove (Chikurin) Basket, Showa era, c. Bamboo Art, Bamboo Crafts, Japanese Bamboo, Japanese Flowers, Bamboo Weaving, Basket Weaving, Ikebana, Rattan, Wicker

Beyond Basketry at the MFA

Iizuka Rokansai (Japanese, 1890-1958): "Bamboo Grove" (Chikurin) Basket, Showa era, c. 1945, inner layer: dyed madake bamboo; outer layer: susudake smoked bamboo, finished with dust and lacquer. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Japanese Mingei Bamboo Basket by Suzuki Kyokushosai (item - insprees

Japanese Mingei Bamboo Basket by Suzuki Kyokushosai (item #1191233)

The early 20th century Japanese bamboo flower basket by Suzuki Kyokushosai ( 1872 - 1936 ). Signed "Kyokushosai saku ( made by Kokushosai )" on the base with an incised signature by the artist. Also be used to hang on a wall. Size : 11 3/8" x 7 1/8" x H 9 5/8" ( 29 x 18 x H 24.5 cm ) It is in good condition. http://gotoantiques.com/