Cohana Pin Cushion of Mini Masu
- Japanese masu, wooden measuring boxes, have a 1,300-year history.
- This skill and culture has been handed down by Ohashi Ryoki in Ogaki, Gifu prefecture.
- This little mamemasu wooden box, created with delicate craftsmanship, has been turned into a lovely pincushion that fits snugly in the palm of your hand.
- It is made from fragrant Japanese cypress, using dovetail joinery to securely hold the shape of the box.
- The skills of a craftsman have produced a beautiful and functional mamemasu that is just 15mm(0.6 inch) square.
- The fabric on the pincushion is a high-quality linen woven in Hamamatsu, which allows needles to pass smoothly through fabric.
- The colours of the glass head pins match the pincushion.
- 5 colourways to choose from
Japan's "Samurai" with a history of 1300 years. Mr. Ohashi, who is located in Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture, has made efforts to pass on its technology and culture. We made small mochi made by delicate craftsmanship into a lovely consanity that can be found in the palm of your hand. Using fragrant domestic hinoki, it is made with a technique called "Hairumi" that keeps the shape of the rose firmly. The craftsmanship that produces beautiful and functional products is also used in the only 15 mm square tow. The needlewood fabric is made of high-quality linen woven in Hamamatsu, and the needle way is smooth. The waiting hands of Tonbo Tama have been arranged in the same colour as Chozan.