Hakone Marquetry Japanese Inlay
Traditional technique of Hakone
Hakone-Yosegi-Zaiku has been handed down from generation to generation for over 200 years.
Hakone-Yosegi-Zaiku (Hakone Marquetry) is a type of work that uses the rich colors and grain of natural wood to create exquisite geometric patterns.
Hakone-Mokuzougan is a type of wood inlay that uses a sewing machine to cut out elaborate patterns and inlay them with paintings and designs.
Hamamatsuya unique products are made by one of the few remaining traditional craftsmen in Japan, who put their heart and soul into their work.
Hakone-Yosegi-Zaiku is a handicraft that expresses geometric patterns by combining pieces of wood, making the most of the rich variety of wood colors. The warmth of the wood and the beautiful patterns make living with marquetry a soothing experience.