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Onigawara Iemori Shin KamiyaShin Kamiya

Onigawara, which has a history of 1400 years, has protected Japanese houses and families since ancient times as an amulet and amulet. However, the number of houses where onigawara can be displayed on the roof is decreasing. Therefore, in order to match the modern architectural style, we created a product that realized the novel idea of ​​"Onigawara to decorate the room".

~ Onigawara Shin Kamiya ~

A collection of traditional techniques that have been passed down from generation to generation. It is said that he once again felt gratitude for his ancestors and predecessors, and awe for the gods and Buddha. It is a work with a unique luster and a charming expression created by the "Ibushi firing technique" that we are good at.


Manufacturer Onigawara Iemori
Country of origin Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Technique Sanshu Onigawara Crafts
Material Roof tile, walnut
Size 5.51" * 7.87" * 1.02"(14.0*20.0*2.6cm)
Weight 1.76 lbs(800g)
Capacity 0 oz(ml)
Electronic Equipment Comes in a paulownia wood box. Please do not touch the onigawara with your bare hands when you take it out of the box. It can be mounted both on the wall and installed.
Note The product is in a paulownia box. Please do not touch orge mask with bare hands. It is possible to install both [wall hanging] and [stationery]. You can fix with plaster iron that is included even with gypsum board wall without base.
Delivery Time 1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)

Oni Shi

Creating a "new tradition"

Shin Kamiya


The third generation of "Kaminaka", which was founded by the first Nakajiro Kamiya as an onigawara handmade factory in 1918. We manufacture handmade onigawara, special roof tiles, solar-supported roof tiles, and thatched roof tiles for shrines and temples, centering on onigawara that is press-manufactured with dies.

My philosophy

Keeping tradition, it keeps attacking

Japanese roof tiles and onigawara, which are the faces of Japanese architecture. I also think that it is not to keep the tradition to continue to create "the same thing" while feeling the importance of handing down the tile culture that has been walking along with Japanese culture. "The pursuit of design and form that does not stick to tradition." While preserving the tradition that has been passed down, what he creates through his works is also a "new tradition."

Tools and souls inherited from the predecessor

Spatulas made of various materials such as iron spatula, bamboo spatula, and wood spatula are used according to the purpose, but wood spatula is especially attached.

It is indispensable when expressing rough rough making.

It's a long one and I've been using it for 20 to 25 years.

Some of the tools have been inherited from their predecessors.

Focus points

A hybrid of tradition and innovation

There is a wide range of works, from press-made onigawara to handmade onigawara and objects that make use of the tile material.

While producing the traditional method of onigawara as a succession of technology, he is also trying to produce special roof tiles that are possible only in modern times.

For Customers

To imagine the whole

The important thing is "overall balance".

In terms of demons, it is said that by envisioning the entire face and the entire work, rather than the individual parts such as the eyes and eyebrows, you can naturally understand how to make the details.

"The same is true for other works and roof tiles, not just demons."-

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