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Onigawara Iemori Hisashi HagiwaraHisashi Hagiwara

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 Nao Hagiwara ~

The powerful three-sided demon mask that escapes from disasters
"To protect the family from disasters coming from various directions." The forehead is decorated with peony, which is considered to be the highest grade of flowers. The right demon has the sun emblem attached to it to express "yang", and the left demon has the moon emblem attached to express "yin".


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

Leaving tradition in the future

Hisashi Hagiwara


After studying under Western painter Nabesaburo Kito and Susumu Fukuyama at the YAG Drawing Institute, engaged in the family business of Onigawara.

Based on traditional Japanese designs, he works on the restoration of cultural properties such as Kinkakuji, Kiyomizudera, and Zenkoji, and the monuments of tiles.

My philosophy

To keep the traditional technique of Onigawara

Confident in "one-sword carving of spatula" to finish with one carving. The produced work is full of power that leaves some roughness.

"I want to preserve the tradition of 1400 years of history in the future." The goal is to make use of the traditional manufacturing technology of Onigawara to produce original products other than Onigawara, and to disseminate the technology and performance to the world.

Taking advantage of the nature of the material

Bamboo tools are often used, and there are more than 60 bamboo tools that he created.

The feature is that it has a smooth finish.

Instead of stroking, it is possible to use a technique called "Magari" to press and finish, and it is said that the shape can be freely shaped.

Focus points

Skilled technique gives life to the work

After drafting on clay, he is good at "one-sword carving of spatula", which is finished with one carving instead of carving finely many times.

By finishing with one carving, strength and momentum are expressed.

Skilled skill that never allows mistakes.

For Customers

The theme is inheritance of traditional techniques

It is the work of restoring temples and shrines that makes me feel very rewarding.

It is said that there is a feeling that Japanese traditional culture is left behind for posterity.

Not limited to Onigawara, we are striving to connect traditional techniques to the future as a work attitude.-

Brand history and characteristics

How Japanese Products Can Be Such High Quality

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