Designed by Isamu Kenmochi in 1961, the Kashiwado chair was actually created for a famous sumo wrestler from that time, named Kashiwado. The chair is truly a work of art. Craftsmen first cut out several blocks of the bottom roots of a Japanese Cedar tree (Sugi) and then carefully select the best wood with the […]
November 21st, 2008
Designed by Isamu Kenmochi in 1961, the Kashiwado chair was actually created for a famous sumo wrestler from that time, named Kashiwado. The chair is truly a work of art. Craftsmen first cut out several blocks of the bottom roots of a Japanese Cedar tree (Sugi) and then carefully select the best wood with the most tree rings. The blocks are then hand carved and layered on top of each other then polished and coated.
Dimensions: W850 d770 h630 sh 330 (weight 80kg)
Delivery time: 8-10 weeks
Applications Commercial and Residential
Designer: Isamu Kenmochi
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