GATO MIKIO Traditional crafts Yamanaka lacquerware
GATO MIKIO was founded in Yamanaka Onsen of Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture. It is a workshop with a history of more than 100 years. Yamanaka Onsen of Kaga, Ishikawa Prefecture is a major producer of subsequent 450 years lacquerware.
While taking advantage of the traditional Yamanaka lacquerware technology that accurately grind the tree using the potter's wheel, the brand has produced a practical and beautiful lacquerware.
GATO MIKIO of tea caddy and bowl fits in simple modern style. Its products have attracted attention all over the world such as the Good Design Award.
Series List of GATO MIKIO
Simple is cool! Japanese lacquer chopsticks
[Gato Mikio Store] Rin is a pair of Japanese lacquer chopsticks. Skilled traditional craftsmen handmade each chopstick with their inherited skill. It has sharp form, and the half is lacquer work of tin. simple and beautiful chopsticks make a Japanese table coordinate.
AEKA bowl, Japanese wooden lacquer bowl
[Gato Mikio Store] AEKA wooden bowls have two types, natural wooden bowl and lacquered bowl. Japanese traditional craftsmen make the smooth form and beautiful jet-black lacquer color. The tableware made by detailed work makes your dinner more pleasant. Feel the detailed work of Japan.
TUMUGI is products of GOTO MIKIO. Compact piled.
[GATOMIKIO] "Tsumugi" of GATOMIKIO, which is characterized by soft touch and taste. Since six vessels are in a set, this one is the base of Japanese dishes. It is also nice to be able to store neatly in a compact size.
Will make your table chic impression of modern plate.
[GATOMIKIO] While enjoying the appeal of trees, you can use it even in the state where three triple glove compartments "Don" can be used in everyday life, even in the spread state, only "beauty" It is a lacquerware of Mikio Mito shop that emphasized "ease of use" as well.
Special Japanese wooden tea canister Karmi
[Gato Mikio] Japanese wooden tea canister Karmi. This tea caddy keeps the freshness of tea leaves by its high airtight effect. Skilled Japanese traditional craftsmen produce each caddy.