The Kisoji was an old trade route in the Kiso Valley from Nagano to Gifu prefecture. Kiso lacquer ware started about 600 years ago in Hirasawa which is one of the stations in the kisoji route. Kiso lacquer ware has a beautiful color and original gloss. Please enjoy 600 years of tradition.
Kiso-Koban-S G2-01-01 16.2 x 9.8 x 5 cm 6,825 yen -6,480 yen
Kiso-Koban-M G2-01-02 18 x 11.8 x 5.5 cm 8,925 yen - 8,640 yen
Kiso-Koban-L G2-01-03 20 x 13.8 x 5.5 cm 10,500 yen - 9,720 yen
Kiso-5 Memba G2-02-01 17 x 10.9 x 4.8 cm (largest one size) 18,900 yen - 16,200 yen
Kiso-Memba G2-13-01 13.3 x 5.5 cm 9,000 yen - 8,640 yen
Kiso-Akane-M G2-04-02 13.5 x 7.5 x 4.6 cm 19,000 yen - 17,280 yen
Kiso-Zosui G2-08-01 14.8 Dia x 6H cm 6,300 yen -5,500 yen
Ikkanbari is a traditional Japanese handicraft. It is pasted with many layers of washi paper on bamboo frames then coated with persimmon tannin(Kakishibu). Until Plastic was introduced, persimmon juice was used in many ways such as vessels or base for lacquering. Ikkanbari products are very strong and durable. Kakishibu has water proof and antiseptic effects.