The Kimono Gallery
Kanjiro Kawai’s house. Built in 1937, and now a museum in Kyoto, Japan. Kanjiro Kawai is a renowned Japanese potter. Photography by Takashi Yagi on Flickr
Antique and Vintage Trunks and Luggage - 1,181 For Sale at 1stDibs
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Antique Japanese Travelor's Box This travelers box has three drawers two with locks and a safe box with four drawers, one locks. It has iron hardware with the original hand forged handles. The side has three handles two are small rounded handles and one large rectangular handle. It measures 13" wide 18" deep 40.75" tall. Oh, I long for this!
Autumn Grasses | Japan | Edo period (1615–1868) | The Met
Gardens planted to evoke deserted fields of autumn wildflowers inspired poets and artists in many media: painting, ceramics, lacquer, and textiles. Eulalia and Japanese bush clover were the most appreciated of the autumn plants for their appearance of wildness and abundance when waving in the wind, as well as for their suggestion of melancholy when withered
max lamb crafts urushi lacquer bench + stool from cleft chestnut found in london's springfield park
max lamb has formed a bench and stool from cleft chestnut found in london's springfield park and varnished the two pieces with urushi lacquer.
Paravent six feuilles Japon, Ecole de kano, période Edo grues en
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Japanese Edo Period Peddlar's Box Tansu.
Japanese Edo Period Peddlar's Box, gyoshobako, kiri wood throughout with mixed metal for original hardware of brass and iron on locks, side carrying rings, double safe compartments, with the lower inside containing a removable safe box with 3 drawers, worn condition with original finish, 11"W 19"D 26"H.
Tansu Chests – Practical Storage Stairs from Ancient Japan
Here is a modern take on the traditional Tansu chest from Japan, that combines storage and a staircase, from my friend Nan Fisher of Desert Verde.