Lacquer has a beautiful wet luster and a unique soft texture. Matte Japanese paper and glossy patterns create a vivid contrast. The unevenness of the paint due to the hand print that can be seen through the luster of the lacquer creates different textures one by one, producing a profound space. Hue changes variously depending on the angle of light. It is a new material that combines the traditional handprinting method of Karakami with traditional lacquer crafts.
For URUSHI KARAKAMI , 10 patterns ( re-designed from original karakami motifs), and 12 colored-lacquers made by mixing lacquer and pigments, can be freely combined. By incorporating it as a wallpaper or interior panel into a non-Japanese style space, it produces Japanese modern. Size and original patterns can be order-made.
There are many patterns of plums. It is often used as a subject of poetry, and it is a flower that Japanese people have always loved. From this pattern, you can feel the softness and the liveliness.
Black lacquer is the most popular lacquer. Lacquer becomes transparent by ultraviolet rays and changes its color to a bright tone over time. Over time, the golden pattern gradually emerges on the black luster in transparency.
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