GINTO SURUGA BAMBOO BASKETRY TEA COASTER SET
¥78,285

Ginto Suruga Bamboo Basketry Tea Coaster Set

JPY ¥78,285 JPY ¥92,100

Only 4 pieces in stock!

This delicately crafted bamboo coaster set makes an excellent addition to any tea set. Utilizing a technique exclusive to Suruga Bamboo Basketry, the intricate designs and rounded shape are achieved through the assembly of slender, circular bamboo strips rather than traditional weaving. 

Adorning the surface of each coaster is hanamutsume, a delicate hexagonal flower design, which is unique to bamboo artistry. A herringbone-like design can also be seen on the bottom of the coaster. Rich brown tones make this coaster set suitable for any season, especially fall and winter. 

The interweaving lattice design on the exterior of the coaster casts enchanting shadows under light. By pairing it with a glass cup, the shadow is further enhanced, making it a delight to share with guests.

Please wipe dust and dirt with a soft brush and a squeezed dish towel. Do not wash it in water or hot water. Use in a dry, well-ventilated place to enhance the natural luster unique to bamboo. 

Suruga Bamboo Basketry is a traditional Japanese craft with a legacy spanning over 400 years, originating from the vicinity of Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Recognized as a national traditional craft in 1976, its inception is steeped in legend, tracing back to a court aristocrat's quest for elegant baskets. Over time, it evolved to produce bait containers used in falconry, commissioned by Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu, highlighting its aesthetic refinement tied to the leisure pursuits of nobility.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: Set of 5 
  • Dimension: D 10 cm (3.9 in) x H 2 cm (0.8 in)
  • Dent Diameter: 4.5 cm (1.8 in)
  • Material: Bamboo
  • Origin: Shizuoka, Japan

Suruga Bamboo Basketry
"Delicate and Graceful Japanese Bamboo Artwork"

Suruga Bamboo Basketry is a traditional bamboo craft with a history of over 400 years, made in the area around Shizuoka City, Shizuoka Prefecture. It was designated a national traditional craft in 1976.

A single craftsman uses their skills to assemble the bamboo strips one by one. The moist, smooth, and delicate curves create a calm and soft moment as a favorite daily tool and an interior decoration.

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