A blending of Japanese tradition and art.
‘Chabako’ are traditional Japanese wooden cedar boxes dating from the late Edo period, originally used for the storage and transportation of Japanese tea. Numerous innovative design features such as a tin-lined interior makes them moisture-proof, insect-proof, and oxidation-resistant – an ideal storage box for more than just tea. These quality sustainable boxes deserve a fresh look today.
Metaverse Virtual Exhibition創業22周年記念３Dバーチャル展覧会
[22nd Anniversary 3D Virtual Exhibition]
We have launched the “22nd Anniversary Virtual Exhibition”.
The exhibition is divided into five zones. Each zone holds wide variety of Interior Chabako, and also will have many stories to tell on Chabako Culture. Enjoy the 22-year history of the Interior Chabako and the way it is heading towards a solid future.
Fabric upholsterers, fabric makers, ornament makers. Masters of their craft, brands with a rich history. Many specialised techniques are being lost due to the dwindling number of artisans, and scarcity of necessary materials.