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Regular price ¥165,000
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Five-ring pagoda wrapped in elegant washi paper with a milky white complexion. Made from Japanese wood, each Gorinto is completed by hand to ensure the paper retains its unique texture and expression. Concealed within the tower is a small vessel, where personal keepsakes can be stored and treasured.

Size: W85×H196 [mm]
Material: Base=Cherry, Coat=Tosa Washi paper, Case=aluminium

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Washi refers to Japanese paper made using native raw materials, such as kozo (mulberry), kozo and mitsumata, and traditional techniques. Compared to other papers, washi is thin yet strong, contains longer fibres and has a long shelf life. Additionally, its uniquely soft and supple texture continues to evolve over time. Paper production areas can be found throughout Japan, where the craftsmanship and expertise remains of the highest quality.



Led by traditional artisan Satoshi Nagai, N-Kobo utilises decorative methods to produce washi (Japanese paper) works for interior spaces. Founded in 1999, the workshop is based in Kawaguchi, Saitama prefecture. From traditional techniques such as applying gold leaf and granules, dyeing and painting with a deft touch, Nagai makes artworks that continue to challenge the possibilities of paper.


Studio Fujino

Studio Fujino is based in the natural surroundings of Fujino in Sagamihara, Kanagawa prefecture. After extensive training under Japanese and Italian masters, woodworker and furniture maker Hitoshi Fujisaki founded the studio in 2007. Drawing on his extensive knowledge of wood and other materials, he works with unparalleled precision and continues to take on the highest challenges of manufacturing.


Usage precautions

- Due to the handmade nature of this item, some natural variations may occur.
- Place the item on a safe, stable surface.
- If the item becomes wet, dry it immediately. Allowing the item to remain wet will result in mould forming.
- To remove dust, clean gently with a feather duster or similar tool that uses static electricity, or use an air sprayer.
- To remove dirt, use a well-wrung cloth.
- Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and heat as this will result in discolouration and deterioration.