We begin in the late 17th century. Dough uses pine, cedar, Park. We throw regular company of fire fighters dough, bow and do and, by traditional technique such as gold leaf push of grip of a hand mill ancon "polish push" of palace, produce Jodo Shin sect of Buddhism pro-Household Buddhist Altars mainly.
Began in the latter half of the 17th century. Materials used include pine, cedar, magnolia, and more. Mainly buddhist altars for the Jodo Shinshu sect are produced, using such traditional techniques as honkumi-kiji, yumi-nageshi, hijiki-kumimono of Kuden, gold leafing using tsuyadashi-oshi, and more.
How to make
Work is divided into making of metal fittings, other lacquer work, gold leaf push, painting, eight branches until assembling to touch the making of bare wood, sculptures carving decoration such as the making of palace (eat, do not appear), flower or chicken making roof of inner sanctum of Household Buddhist Altars , metal fittings of decoration to make the outside.
The work includes preparing the wood for the exterior, the "kuden" roof of the inner sanctuary of the altar, carving the flower, bird, etc. ornaments, making the metal fittings, as well as "makie" gold and silver lacquer decorations, gold leafing, painting, and assembly. The work is split into eight departments.