In Japan, no daily ritual is more uniquely important to the individual’s well-being than the bath at the end of the day. It is seen as a time of purification and relaxation from the stress and tensions of modern world.
Sendai tansu has been made since the Genroku era (300 years ago), It was originally used as a safe for housing swords and clothes. Hard, large zelkova trees are used with waxing to impress beautiful grain and hand-made steel ornaments
Keyaki is the most favored wood for beauty and decorative effect. It is a dense, hard, ring-porous wood, always flat-sawn to expose grain and figure. “Ring Porous” refers to the large pores in the early growth of the season. Such
”Kiri” (paulawnia) is traditionally considered the best wood for storage furniture, “tansu” chest of drawers, in Japan as it is good for preventing humidity,and fire, but very durable. “Kiri” tansu has been preserving the prescious kimono and goods of Japanese
Tatami is a unique green product feeling warm in the winter while cooler in the summer. The natural characteristic of IGUSA (rush) provides the best comfort adaptable to humidity atmosphere, suitable for many purposes of living and decoration, flooring, bedding