INDIGO LOW TABLE

INDIGO LOW TABLE

Manufacturer

Nakagawa Mokkougei

Description

Seventh-generation master-woodcrafter and artist, Shuji Nakagawa Mokkougei carries on the finest tradition of wood-crafting from the region of Kyoto where time-honored techniques are passed on from father to son.

The workshop of Nakagawa is widely recognized for its iconic wooden buckets (ki-oke) handcrafted using a technique developed 700 years ago during the Muromachi era. During the Edo period, households used wooden buckets for bathing rituals or for storing rice and miso. The buckets remain ubiquitous amongst Japanese households today, although they are used for various purposes, such as champagne coolers, bathtubs simply elegant decorative objects.

While he continues to work closely with his father, Japan Living National Treasure, Kiyotsugu Nakagawa in the family's workshop in Kyoto, Shuji Nakagawa has built a name for himself and gained the recognition of an international collector base from his own studio in the mountains of Shiga where he creates Museum exhibited pieces.

Materials

Japanese Sawara Cypress coated with natural indigo pigments protected with a urethane finish. Available with a burlwood base or Sawara Cypress bucket base.
Traditional Kintsugi detail optional.

Customizable with a Natural Finish or Full Indigo Coat.

Dimensions

L 39 x W 27 x H 15 in
L 99 x W 68.6 x H 38 cm
Custom dimensions may be quoted upon request.

Lead Time

Upon Request | 16-32 Weeks

Price

Upon Request

INDIGO LOW TABLE
Nakagawa Mokkougei

Nakagawa Mokkougei

Nakagawa Mokkougei’s studio carries on the finest wood crafting traditions from the region of Kyoto, where time-honored techniques are passed on from father to son. 
Nakagawa's workshop is widely recognized for its contemporary iterations of the ‘Ki-Oke’ – the iconic Japanese wooden bucket –, handcrafted using a technique developed seven hundred years ago during the Muromachi era.
During the Edo period, households used wooden buckets for bathing rituals and for storing rice and miso. The buckets can still be found in many Japanese households today, although they are used for different purposes such as champagne coolers, bathtubs or beautiful objects for everyday life. 
Nakagawa Mokkougei maintains both his personal studio in the mountains of Shiga, where he creates museum–exhibited pieces, and the family workshop in Kyoto, which he runs with his father, Japan’s National Living Treasure, Kiyotsugu Nakagawa. The title is bestowed upon the most revered Masters of the country by the Emperor of Japan and is a recognition of their contribution in perpetuating the cultural legacy of savoir-faire.

Nakagawa Mokkougei COLLECTION

INDIGO TABLE INDIGO TABLE  INDIGO DINING TABLE INDIGO DINING TABLE  KI-OKE | JINDAI-SUGI KI-OKE | JINDAI-SUGI  KI-OKE | SAWARA KI-OKE | SAWARA  KOYA MAKI VASES KOYA MAKI VASES  DUNE OMBRE BOWL DUNE OMBRE BOWL  DIAMOND OMBRE BUCKET DIAMOND OMBRE BUCKET  KONOHA | KOYA MAKI KONOHA | KOYA MAKI  SHIZUKU | HINOKI SHIZUKU | HINOKI  LOW BOWL | KOYA MAKI LOW BOWL | KOYA MAKI  INDIGO LOW TABLE INDIGO LOW TABLE  CEDAR BOWL CEDAR BOWL  KONOHA | HINOKI KONOHA | HINOKI  KONOHA | JINDAI-SUGI KONOHA | JINDAI-SUGI  MISUMI | HINOKI MISUMI | HINOKI  N. MOKKOUGEI | OMAKASE N. MOKKOUGEI | OMAKASE  KURO-GAKI PERSIMMON TRAY KURO-GAKI PERSIMMON TRAY  KEYAKI JAPANESE ZELKOVA WOOD TRAY KEYAKI JAPANESE ZELKOVA WOOD TRAY 

INDIGO LOW TABLE