Antique Japanese Mizuya Tansu Kitchen Chest 2 Section (24A-E205)

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The antique Japanese mizuya tansu you're describing embodies the elegance and craftsmanship of Kyoto style from the 1920s. Crafted from hinoki wood, revered for its durability and aromatic scent, this piece carries with it the essence of Japanese tradition and heritage.

Its design, reflecting the refined aesthetic sensibilities of the time, is comprised of two distinct sections, each serving a specific purpose with grace and functionality. The combination of sliding doors, carefully fashioned to glide effortlessly, and well-proportioned shelf spaces offers both versatility and practicality, ideal for organizing and displaying precious items.

The drawers, adorned with fronts made of keyaki wood, boast a rich, distinctive grain pattern that adds depth and character to the piece. Keyaki wood, known for its strength and resilience, not only enhances the visual appeal but also ensures longevity, promising generations of use and admiration.

Every detail, from the meticulously crafted joinery to the subtle embellishments, speaks to the skill and dedication of the artisans who created it. This mizuya tansu is more than just a piece of furniture; it's a testament to the artistry and ingenuity of Japanese woodworking, inviting you to experience a glimpse of history in your own home.

36"Wx 16 1/2"D x 67"H