Tekiseisha is a lacquerware shop and workshop, located in the historic town of Jōbōji in Ninohe, Iwate Prefecture, where the majority of urushi, Japanese lacquer, is produced. Tekiseisha was established in 1995 to protect and keep alive the tradition of Jōbōji nuri (Jōbōji lacquerware). Its creations are light and ergonomic, while simultaneously managing to insulate heat. Used with care, Jōbōji lacquerware lasts for generations and the shine of each item increases with use.

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