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GUIDE OF OUR PRODUCTS


"Murakami Tsuishu" is a traditional technique inherited in Murakami City, a castle town.
Niigata prefecture intangible cultural property is designated as a unique technique to carve wood land and paint lacquer.
In addition, it is also designated as traditional crafts of the country as Murakami wood sculpture.
Our company "Fujii Magohachi" founded as a wooden master, and since 90 years have been involved in "Murakami Tsuishu".
We would like to manufacture products that satisfy our customers.
And we will continue "Murakami's Lacquer culture" and "Murakami Wood Carving Tsuishu technique" to the next generation.

Representative Director
Kyusaku Kobayashi




Chopsticks and tabletop accessories

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"Hashi"
Chopsticks (Raimon)

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"Meoto Bashi"
Couple chopsticks (Raimon)

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"Meoto Bashi"
Couple chopsticks (Ties)
Vermillion black

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"Meoto hashi"
Couple chopsticks (Wave)
Vermillion black

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"Guinomi"
Sake Cup
Vermilion lacquered peony

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"Guinomi"
Sake Cup
Vermilion lacquered peony / vermillion cray coat

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"Guinomi"
Sake Cups
3 piece set
Shochikubai (pine, bamboo and plum trees)


"Kashiki · Obon"
Instruments for Confectionery · Obon trays



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"Marubon (Tsubaki)"
Round tray
Camellia pattern

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"Marubon (Iwa botan)"
Round tray
Peony pattern
 
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"Meimei-sara (Namikarakusa)"
Small plate
Arabesque pattern

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"Kashi-sara (Karakusa)"
Confectionery plate
Arabesque pattern

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"Kashi-sara (Karakusa)"
Confectionery plate
Arabesque pattern

 
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"Kashi-sara (Tsubaki)"
Confectionery plate
Camellia pattern
 
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"Kashi-ki (Karakusa botan)"
Confectionery bowl
Pattern of the peony of the arabesque

 
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"Tokiwa kashi-ki (Tsubaki)"
Confectionery bowl
Camellia pattern

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"Teppatsu kashi-ki (Karakusa)"
Confectionery bowl (Arabesque pattern)



"Chaki" Teawares 

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"Chataku (Karakusa)"
Teacup saucer (Arabesque pattern)

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"Chataku" Teacup saucer
(Vermillion covered)

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"Chazutsu (karakusa)"
Tea leaf canister
  (Arabesque pattern)

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"Kougou (Karakusa)"
Incense container 
(Arabesque pattern)

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"Kougou (Karakusa)"
Incense container
(Arabesque pattern)

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"Natsume (Karakusa)"
Lacquered tea caddy
(Arabesque pattern)



"Kaki" Flower organs

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"Suehiro kabin"
Flower organ
(Camellia pattern)

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"Entou kabin"
Flower organ
(Cylindrical type)


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"Entou kabin"
Flower organ
(Cylindrical type)


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"Tama kabin"
Tsuishu Flower organ
(Spherical type)



Interiors / Accessories 

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"Himegaku (Tsubaki)"
Small picture frame
(Camellia pattern)

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"Kazari-bachi (Iwa botan)"
Dcorated pot
(rock peony)


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"Kazari-bachi (Sansui)"
Dcorated pot


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"Hime-kagami (Karakusa)"
Small mirror
(Arabesque pattern)

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”Te-tsuki hime-kagami (Botan)”
Small hand mirror (Peony pattern)


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"Te-tsuki hime-kagami (Sakura)"
Small hand mirror
 (Cherry pattern)

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Tsuishu "Hagaki gaku (Karakusa)"
Amount to put postcard
 (Arabesque pattern)

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Tsuishu "Meishi bon (Botan)"
Business card tray
(Peony pattern)

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"Hagaki tate"
Postcard stand



"Hakomono" Box to keep valuables
Box objects

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"Hagaki ire (Botan karakusa)"
Box for storing postcards
 (Peony Arabesque pattern)


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"Suzuri hako (Karakusa)"
Inkstone case
 (Arabesque pattern)



Tsishu no Fujii Honten
Address: 3 - 6, Kaji-cho, Murakami-shi, Niigata Prefecture
TEL: +81-254-53-1666
FAX: +81-254-53-1033
Email: info@tsuisyu-fujii.co.jp

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