Renge Konomi 木の実
Lacquer work master Junichi Hakose has displayed his creation of art in maki-e (sprinkled picture in gold and other materials) in his traditional yet modern style. The work is simply superb with every detail emitting its beauty. The maki-e techniques with use of slightly different colors of gold in different thicknesses and use of mother of pearls have created one synchronized harmony of his world of elegance in urushi lacquer. You would enjoy the depth of Hakose lacquer works that changes in colors viewed from different angles or in different lighting.
This design "Kono-mi(木の実)" means "Nuts and Berries". It reflects his image of rich grace of nature, and beyond. The woods and hills of Wajima shows an abundant beauty of nature, where Junichi Hakose loves to walk to refresh his minds & souls and for new creativity.
This handy sizable renge spoon is good for you to enjoy soups or stews. Lacquerware spoon is very light in weight and heat transmission is low, therefore it is especially good when you have hot or cold meal with this spoon. It delivers milder touch to your taste.
|Place of Origin||Wajima|
|Color||Brown clear on top|
|Size||W 46 x D 170 x H 29 (mm)|
|Content volume||10 (cc)|
|Base material||Japanese Bigleaf Magnolia|
Countries (or Regions) we ship Regularly
Currently, the locations to which we ship our products internationally regularly are limited to the following countries or regions.
- Hong Kong (Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China)
- Republic of Singapore
- Taiwan (Republic of China)
- New Zealand
*Some products could not be shipped to NeｗZealand, due to regulations.
We do ship to other countries based on the items and your request.
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Shipping and handling fees
For limited destinations of;
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
our Standard International shipping and handling fees are currently fixed to
3,900 JPY (= approx. 36 USD) per order, (regardless of your order size or price ) unless there is a discount.
For other destinations, the shipping and handling fee will vary depending on the size of the package you've ordered and the destination country.
Please note that in any case, the international shipping and handling fees are exclusive of any customs duties and taxes levied by the country you are shipping to.
All orders are shipped from Kogei Styling in Tokyo, Japan. We operate Monday through Friday and are closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and Japanese National holidays. Orders submitted on Friday evening, Saturday, or Sunday (based on Japan Standard Time) will be processed on the following Monday (if Monday is a National Holiday then on the following business day), however, some exceptions may apply.
Duration, before you receive your order, is expected as follows;
- Hong Kong 3-5 days
- Singapore 3-4 days
- Taiwan 4-5 days
- New Zealand 4-5 days
All orders can be tracked during shipment and we will notify you of the tracking number and other necessary information as soon as it is available to us.
Shipping service providers
Based on the service quality and the reliability of the shipping company with respect to a particular order, we may use
Yamato Transport Co., Ltd., DHL （DHL International GmbH.）, UPS （United Parcel Service, Inc.）, and Japan Post (Japan Post Co.,Ltd., who also may use local posting operation at the destination countries).
for international shipments (local transportation may be handled by different local companies from time to time). All International shipments from Japan are by air.
For international shipping, shipping insurance of a maximum of 200,000 JPY per package during shipment is included in the shipping and handling fees. We will endeavor to split orders with multiple products with a combined value exceeding 200,000 JPY into separate packages with separate invoices so that the full value of the products is insured. Once a shipment reaches its destination it will no longer be insured by the shipping insurance.
Domestic Shipping within Japan
For domestic shipping within Japan, we collect consumption tax and charge shipping and handling fees. Domestic shipping and handling fees may be adjusted according to the size and the destination of your shipment.
For domestic shipping, the terms are identical to the terms for international shipping except that the maximum insured value is 300,000 JPY.
< Guide >
Our fine Japanese lacquerwares are basically made of genuine natural wood and natural urushi lacquer. The Worst things to the fine lacquerwares are Drying and giving Heat Shocks.
As an urushi lacquer's natural characteristics, it hardens most under humidity of 70-80% (RH) and a temperature of 20-25 degrees Celsius (68-77°F). Therefore, humidity is good for urushi lacquer, by nature, and for the base wood as well.
Just keeping the fine Japanese lacquerware in a dry cupboard all through a year is not what you want to do. Periodic Use is the Best Care for your fine Japanese lacquerware since the Moisture it gives to both the lacquer and the wood maintains and extends the quality and the life of both.
Japanese natural urushi lacquerware will literary shine more after your use, due to the moisture given, and the repeated use and wiping with a soft cloth. This is proof of the natural urushi lacquer product and authenticity. It does not happen with a chemical product.
Please be a little careful not to scratch fine lacquerwares with rough ceramics or metals, urushi lacquer coatings are tough but not hard as them. When putting them away, please try to keep your fine Japanese lacquerware from the direct sunlight. Urushi lacquer is vulnerable to UV rays.
< Care Instructions for Genuine Lacquerware >
- Please Do NOT use the lacquerware in a microwave oven.
Please Do NOT use the lacquerware in a dishwasher and dryer.
Please Do NOT leave the lacquerware in a refrigerator for a long time. A couple of hours is OK.
Please Do NOT expose the lacquerware in the direct sunlight for a long time.
- An example indicator for the acceptable duration is that your exposed skin can accept.
- The reason is that the UV rays will degrade the urushi lacquer coating from its structure.
Please wash by hand using lukewarm water with a soft sponge using liquid mild detergents.
Please avoid using a scrub sponge or hard sponge that might scratch the surface.
Please wipe with a dry soft cloth after rinse.
Please do not stack lacquerwares on/under coarse or rough ceramics, it will damage the surface.
Please avoid using metal silverware directly on them.
- In case if there is a crack or a chip, please contact us for a repair. Water or any liquid will permeate through those cracks and in the long run it will damage the coatings and the lacquerware.
If you handle with care, it will shine through your life.