Boxes created by craftsman specializing in making tea ceremony utensils
If you are an antiques fan, one of the big “problems” is that you probably can’t stop collecting every time you find a favored item, and how and where you store your collection often causes another dilemma. Seiwa Kobo is a rare craft studio specializing in creating tea ceremony utensils that can assist with your storage predicament since they are also favored by many antique fans for their customized boxes using the best material. Seichu Inao, the studio representative, and his staff know all about Japanese furniture and utensils ranging from shelves, tea bowl boxes to large cupboards. Using their experience and knowledge in creating Japanese utensils, they will provide the best box for your particular needs handmade by an experienced craftsman. No better option exists for carefully storing important art or craft collections.
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|Address||540 Morishita-cho, Honmachi-dori Gojo-sagaru, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Wed., Sun., national holidays, and closed irregularly on Sat.|
|Recommended||Kyo Sashimono is one of Kyoto's most traditional craft forms from the Heian period (794-1185).|
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