Kyo-shikki (Kyoto lacquerware)

Establishing techniques with a unique aesthetic sense based on techniques introduced from the Tang Dynasty during the Nara period.
In the 16th and 17th centuries, there was a division of labor in production, and master craftsmen such as Hon'ami Koetsu appeared, and it flourished with the rise of the tea ceremony.
The company uses cypress, cedar, and horse chestnut to produce tableware, furniture, and tea utensils.