Each dial is meticulously hand-drawn and hand-painted, making each urushi maki-e watch truly unique.
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Here we introduce individuals who have helped us promote domestically produced Joboji Lacquer by creating maki-e dials.

Innovative maki-e artisanShogo Hariya

1985: Born at Yamanaka Onsen, Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture.

2004: Joins Urushi Art Hariya and starts training in maki-e.

2009: Receives the Ishikawa Prefecture Traditional-Industry Skills Encouragement Award.

2010: Selected at the World Teaware Festival.

“I want to keep striving in a way that lets me show my unique qualities.”

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