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  • Meiji Period Japanese Mitsuya Kitchen Tansu Furniture Keyaki Wood

    This is an antique Japanese mitsuya kitchen furniture. Dated Meiji Period. The mitsuya is in very good condition, a beautiful quality of wood, Kuri(Chestnut wood), Keyaki(Zelkova), Hinoki(Cypress), Sugi(Cedar). With 5 regular medium size drawer and 3 small drawers, this is 2 piece. This has a sliding doors, top and bottom part. We got this in Kyoto Japan during the largest Antique Fair in Pulze Plaza, one of the biggest fair in Kyoto. This is traditionally use in Japan to store kitchen tools. This furniture

    $8,000.00

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  • Edo

    Item: 9 of 16 When it comes to design, the irony is that it’s difficult to be simple enough to be good. As designers it is our ambition to achieve designs to which, “nothing can be added and nothing can be taken away.” The Edo Platform Bed is minimalist to the core. This design takes the hallmark cantilever of the Edo aesthetic, which began with tapering the chair seat to accentuate movement, and brings that “spirit” forward. The result is suspension in space. In defiance of gravity the Edo platform bed

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  • Oriental Furniture 70.75" x 52.5" Japanese Tall Wave Shoji 3 Panel ...

    Oriental Furniture This breathtaking shoji screen features a reproduction of the classic ukiyo-e woodblock print masterpiece "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" by renowned Edo period artist Hokusai. Features: -Material: Wood.-3 Panel.-"The Great Wave off Kanagawa" design . -FeaturesJapanese collection.-Product Type: Folding.-Style: Asian/Shoji.-Theme: Asian.-Collection: Japanese . -Distressed : No.Dimensions: -70.75'' H x 52.5'' W x 1'' D, 10.5 lbs.-Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 70.75.-Overall Width - Side to

    $173.00
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    Item: 1 of 16 Without adding fussiness or unnecessary ornamentation, nine large drawers fill the same basic case as the , lending truth to the notion that great things can be made from simple beginnings. The grain-matched surface stretches over five feet in length, more than enough room to display your collections without overtly commandeering your space. Simple walnut drawer pulls and traditional studio casework construction make this a legacy piece. Edo Open Sideboard AC-C9 Edo 9-Drawer Dresser, cherry

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    Item: 14 of 19 Without adding fussiness or unnecessary ornamentation, nine large drawers fill the same basic case as the , lending truth to the notion that great things can be made from simple beginnings. The grain-matched surface stretches over five feet in length, more than enough room to display your collections without overtly commandeering your space. Simple walnut drawer pulls and traditional studio casework construction make this a legacy piece. Edo Open Sideboard AC-C9 Edo 9-Drawer Dresser, cherry

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  • 18th Century Japanese Kuruma Tansu

    This large Japanese keyaki wood tansu is of a rectangular form on wheels, with sliding front door panels that are with decorative slats as well as on the sides of the cabinet, the iron lock plate has its original key, in the interior are two shelves with two small drawers on the right-side with an iron lock plate and its original key. There is a decorative iron plate with a pawlownia leaf motif and an iron ring on each side of the bottom lower rail. Date: Edo Period, 18th Century - Height: 38 x 43 wide x 21

    $15,000.00

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  • Edo

    Item: 17 of 16 Our Ellipse Side Table is a versatile foundation. Our Ellipse Side Table with Drawer and Shelf shows its range with the addition of a dovetail-joined drawer and a simple lower shelf that’s ideal for books or decorative elements. On this version of our basic side table, we’ve also added the structural elegance of solid cherry sides to craft a unique piece of furniture that looks every bit as natural in a living room as it does in a bedroom . E -STDS Ellipse Side Table w/ Drawer & Shelf,

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  • Trademark Art 'The Great Wave off Kanagawa' by Katsushika Hokusai P...

    Trademark Art This ready to hang, gallery-wrapped art piece features boats being tossed about by large waves. Katsushika Hokusai (31 October, 1760 - 10 May, 1849) was a Japanese artist of the Edo period (now Tokyo), most recognized for his woodblock print series, 'Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji', included in which is probably his most recognized print, 'The Great Wave off Kanagawa'. Giclee (jee-clay) is an advanced printmaking process for creating high quality fine art reproductions. The attainable

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  • Elmwood Tansu Chest

    Influenced by Japanese furniture design during the Edo period (1615-1780), our reproduction retains the age-old qualities of practical use and classic beauty. The eleven drawers, each with dimensions of 13.5"W x 15.25"D x 3"H, create a minimalistic visual

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    Item: 126 of 335 When it comes to design, the irony is that it’s difficult to be simple enough to be good. As designers it is our ambition to achieve designs to which, “nothing can be added and nothing can be taken away.” The Edo Platform Bed is minimalist to the core. This design takes the hallmark cantilever of the Edo aesthetic, which began with tapering the chair seat to accentuate movement, and brings that “spirit” forward. The result is suspension in space. In defiance of gravity the Edo platform bed

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  • Build a Tansu Chest

    - Build a Tansu Chest Build a Tansu Chest Product 35/124 Spice up a room with a piece of Japanese furniture! Our plans make it easy to build. Quick and easy download. Build a Tansu Chest I've always appreciated Japanese Tansu furniture, and a request from a client gave me an excuse to build some. The style dates back to the Edo period (1615-1867), when the construction of each piece would reflect the needs of the home and the class status of its owner. In the case of this Tansu step chest (called kaidan

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