Morimoto Tategu Ten
Morimoto Tategu Ten
Morimoto Tategu Ten
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Morimoto Tategu Ten
Morimoto Tategu Ten
Morimoto Tategu Ten

Morimoto Tategu Ten

$170.00

The expression “Shuhari” refers to the three stages of achieving mastery of skills. “Shu” means to preserve. “Ha” means that the craftsman begins to express his own individuality. And “Ri” means the stage in which the craftsman moves on to a different field of endeavor, applying his skills freely. Morimoto Tategu Ten will continue their “Monozukuri”, applying the traditions and seeking out innovative new applications. It is said, in those days, more than 100 housing parts were necessary and if 5-6 houses were built in a year, it was able to be lived in. However, as the times advanced, the Westernization of the lifestyle took effect, and families establishing the Japanese-style room had decreased more and more. The demand for housing part decreased sharply. The founder's father, who was a cabinet-maker, was saved from such situation. Now, the founder uses his techniques and work for furnitures as a housing-part shop.