While they work with all types of wood, they specialize in hinoki cypress. Affectionately known as a “good tree for building palaces,” hinoki is considered a sacred wood in Japanese culture because of its light hue, soft feel, and calming aroma – not to mention its durability and resistance to mold.
To highlight the natural beauty of the material, this workshop ensures that each step of the process is done with the utmost respect and intention – from managing their own forest of hinoki trees to investing in the training of skilled craftsmen. This unrivaled commitment to quality is traced in every etching, wood grain, or smooth-as-butter surface. Each design is simply pristine, a work of art for your home.
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WOODWORKERS OF JEPARA
''I want people to feel like they're bringing home a piece of nature.''
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''We are inspired by our country, the people, the way of life, above all the incredible landscapes.''
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HINOKI WOOD BATH CADDY
“Handcrafted with the highest grade hinoki cypress espresso, you won’t find any knots or imperfections on this bath caddy.”
- Jane S.
LIGHT. BREEZY. SOFT AS A CLOUD.
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