Miroku-Bosatsu, Maitreya, is said to save the people in the world. This collection was named MIROKU in the hope that the fragrance of this small jar would save people, that is, make people happy. Here we would like to present you a new style ‘MIROKU’, combining Japanese traditional incense with a small jar.
Using a traditional technique called ‘tere-pin patting’, which is not so popular recently, we are expanding five-color variations. Besides, the technique called kinrande, paisting gold leaf, is applied to express delicate patterns. We make the best use of characteristics of Kinzangama kiln, and enclose a sweet smell in the small world.
- YATSUFUJI -
A wisteria propagates itself easily, and has been regarded as an auspicious plant in Japan. The YATSUFUJI design becomes graceful by applying a wisteria flower pattern with precisely cut gold leaf on a noble color purple ground.