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

【Feng Shui & Charm】Japanese Interior Onigawara, Onigawara Iemori Akihiko Hattori | 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 Akihiko Hattori~

Signifying common sense... towards a new world view

Akihiko Hattori created his kimen, which reminds us of Balinese masks, while conscious of the image of an endearing person belonging to no nation. While symbolically retaining the traditional distinctive traits, he chose to omit ornaments, including prayer beads. In pursuit of simplicity, he created a piece with a unique presence.

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Shop by Brand Onigawara Iemori | Sanshu onigawara crafts
Product ID S0023-012
Product Name 【Feng Shui & Charm】Japanese Interior Onigawara, Onigawara Iemori Akihiko Hattori | 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

Akihiko Hattori


Akihiko Hattori is the third-generation owner of the onigawara studio Oniju, founded 80 years ago. In addition to handling onigawara production for everything from private homes to the restoration of Cultural Properties of Japan, he also continues to develop new products through collaboration with the Japan Interior Designers Association.

My philosophy

Solid skill and innovative insight

The true merit of Akihiko Hattori as an onishi is certified by his track record: the structures on which his works are displayed, buildings, temples and shrines that can be said to be symbols of Japan; the Imperial Palace, the Kyoto Imperial Palace, the Izumo Grand Shrine, and so on. Behind these accumulated achievements are the daily discipline as well as the sense of having been nourished by contact with the works of his predecessors. He is inspired by both his daily surroundings as well as objects encountered while traveling; these are the driving forces behind the germs of ideas that spawn new products.

Creation of the work from tool creation

Good place for the right person. He uses gold bella if you want to polish it cleanly, bamboo bella when you want to make a rough finish, depending on the application, use each tool properly. Because the difference in finish depends on the material, it often creates dedicated tools depending on the work to be produced.

Focus points

Fusion of tradition and modern sense

His motto is "to see and learn." Although he has a career of about 15 years as onishi, he has learned by seeing various works and technologies not only for orge mask, but also only for orge mask. Strong technology as onishi and innovative sense, it has the advantage of combining both.

For Customers

In order to reconsider the tile culture

It is my dream to work on historic buildings such as temples and shrines, and to review the tile culture in Japan. It is also a mission. "In some cases, the roof tile may be revised 100 years later, I would be happy if it was a tile engraved my name at that time."

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