Lacquerware is a craftwork unique to the East. It has been developed in lacquer producing countries such as Japan,
China and Thailand. Japanese
lacquerware has gained worldwide reputation so much so that over the years lacquerware started to be called ‘japan’ collectively.
For Kyoto-style lacquerware, only the best materials are selected.
This particular lacquerware is characterized by its refined and elegant design as well as the strength and robust nature of the artwork.
The beauty of its flat surface and sharp corners and its delicate finish are characteristics of this style.