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.

Maki-e traditional craftsmanTakeshi Matsuyama

Award history and more

Work selected at the Ishikawa Prefecture Traditional Craft Exhibition.

Work selected at the Japan Traditional Lacquer Craft Exhibition.

Work selected at the International Design Competition.

Work selected at the Tanko Biennale Japanese Tea Ceremony Art Public Contribution Exhibition.

Encouragement Prize, Kenrokuen Tea Ceremony Exhibition of Craft Works by the General Public.

“I experiment with many different materials to fully bring out urushi’s potential. As for urushi, I selectively use domestically produced Japanese urushi. ”

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