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【Feng Shui & Charm】Japanese Interior Onigawara, Onigawara Iemori Hisashi Hagiwara | Sanshu onigawara crafts | Shinto

【Feng Shui & Charm】Japanese Interior Onigawara, Onigawara Iemori Hisashi Hagiwara | Sanshu onigawara crafts | Shinto

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The orge mask with the history of 1400 has protected Japanese houses and families as an evil spirit from ancient times, as an amulet. However, the number of houses that can decorate the orge mask on the roof is decreasing. Therefore, in order to match the modern architectural style, it is a product realizing a novel idea of "orge mask decorating in the room".


~ Onishi Hisashi Hagiwara~

All calamities are repelled by the power of the three-faced ogre mask

The three-faced ogre mask, rare even among onigawara, is produced to protect the family from calamities that come from multiple directions. On the forehead of the center face is that most dignified of flowers, the peony. The face of the right-hand ogre sports the crest of the sun, representing yang, and the face of the left-hand ogre sports the crest of the moon, representing yin.

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Shop by Brand Onigawara Iemori | Sanshu onigawara crafts
Product ID S0023-011
Product Name 【Feng Shui & Charm】Japanese Interior Onigawara, Onigawara Iemori Hisashi Hagiwara | Sanshu onigawara crafts | Shinto
Traditional Technique Sanshu Onigawara Crafts
Measuring 5.51" * 7.87" * 1.02",
Product Weight 1.7 lbs
Country of Manufacture Japan
Remark 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.
About Creator & Maker

Oni Shi

Hisashi Hagiwara


After studying at YAG Design Research Center under the Western-style painters Nabesaburo Kito and Sugimu Fukuyama, Hisashi Hagiwara pursued a career in his family's onigaware business. Among his projects are the restoration of cultural properties including Kinkakuji, Kiyomizudera and Zenkoji, and the creation of a monumental tiled sculpture.

My philosophy

Traditional onigawara techniques: keeping the flame alight

Hisashi Hagiwara is extraordinarily skilled at creating a work of art with a single spatula. The resulting product is filled with an intensity that somehow retains some ferocity, Hagiwara says that he wants to bequeath to the future the traditions forged by 1,400 years of history. His goal is to create original, non-onigawara products that still perpetuate the traditional techniques of onigawara and to transmit these techniques to the world.

Taking advantage of the properties of the material

He often uses tools of bamboo materials, and there are more than 60 bamboo material tools created by himself. Features should be smooth finish. He is not stroking, he can press down and finish "Magari" technology is also possible, can be shaped freely.

Focus points

Skilled technology gives life to the work

After drafting on clay, I'm good at skill of "spatula's sword carving" which carved finely by carving, not finely carving. By finishing with one carving, strength and momentum are expressed. A skill that is never allowed to make mistakes.

For Customers

The theme of succession of traditional techniques

It is the task of restoration of temples and shrines that can feel great rewarding. I feel that Japan's traditional culture is left behind in posterity. I try not to be limited to the orge mask, but as a posture of work, traditional techniques are linked to the future.

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