This is an antique Japanese 2 section kitchen display chest called Kazari Mizuya tansu from Middle Meiji period (1880's - 1890's). It was made out of Cypress (Hinoki) and Cryptomeria (Suginoki) woods while the drawer fronts were made from Zelkova (Keyaki) woods.
Originally kept in an old Japanese home, it was used to store dishes, pots of water, and eating utensils as well as showcase since it comes with sliding glass doors.
Shelves positions are fixed
37 1/2"W x 17 3/4"D x 67 1/2"H