Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns
Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns

Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns

$38.00
Style

Founded in the early 1860s (Meiji era) with 150 years of history, HAKOYOSHI KIRIBAKOTEN has since been making wooden boxes using Paulownia wood known as Kiri in Japan. Some of their wooden boxes are created and used in imperial palaces, including the Imperial Household Agency in Tokyo today. Since then this traditional craftsmanship has been carried on and continued to the 6th generation where the current founder Tobari Hakoyoshi, adopt new ways of working with the Paulownia wood. The Wooden Postcards with Traditional Japanese Patterns is achieved using pinpoint laser engraving technology on the age old material.

PRODUCT INFORMATION:
  • Size: (L) 10.5cm (W) 16cm (H) 0.4cm
  • Material: Paulownia Wood