Around 2005 | Tekiseisya | Isamu Odajima
Joboji lacquer from Iwate Prefecture accounts for 80% of all lacquer produced in Japan, from growing the trees to collecting and refining the sap. It is a rare production area where woodworkers make wood bases from mizume cherry, Tochigi, and zelkova, and lacquerers stick to this high-quality domestic lacquer to produce lacquerware for sincere daily use, from raw materials to finished products. This Joboji square bowl is a beautiful and easy to use product produced with this background.
Material= Wood: Mizume
This product is not suitable for microwave ovens or dishwashers.