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About Japanese furniture:

Due to an environment rich in forest resources, many kinds of Japanese furniture are made of wood, providing excellent air tightness and moisture control, so the quality of stored items can be maintained for a long period of time.


Furniture for organizing and storing household goods, accessories, food, etc.
Although the basic purpose is storage, there are also some types designed with the intention to exhibit/display the objects inside. 

Tansu (dresser):
Wardrobe chest (Japanese tansu, hanging wardrobe), tea chest, etc.
Furniture used to store clothing and accessories, with drawers or hinged doors to prevent dust and insects from contaminating items stored inside.

Bookshelf, cupboard, plate rack, shoe cupboard, etc. Furniture designed to expand the area where stuff can be placed by providing several horizontal boards (shelf boards) in the vertical direction leaving appropriate space between them, so that a large amount of stuff can be stored in a small area.

Traditional Japanese furniture: 
Tsuzura (wicker basket), Kouri (wicker suitcase)


Major furniture production areas and brands

Asahikawa-kagu(Asahikawa-city, Hokkaido)


Hida-kagu(Takayama-city, Gifu)
Hida-sangyo / Hida-Mokko-Rengo

Fuchu-kagu(Fuchu-city, Hiroshima)

Tokushima-kagu(Tokushima-city, Tokushima)

Okawa-kagu(Okawa-city, Fukuoka)

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