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Emi Yabuuchi
¥194,400 (Tax included)

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  • Categories
    Lacquerware
  • Year of production
    2016

Techniques

Kinma

There are three basic variations on this technique: cutting lines, cutting dots, and cutting a combination of the two. All of them employ a special carving blade known as a kinma-ken. Originally all kinma was done by cutting lines only, but it later became possible to produce complex designs using various colored Urushi and a variety of cutting techniques. Kinma is said to have been transmitted from Southeast Asia hundreds of years ago.

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Emi Yabuuchi

  • Lacquerware
  • / Full member, Japan Kogei Association

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