THE HONO NŌ KUCHIDZUKE
Our Hono No Kuchidzuke portal reflects our deep respect for and commitment to traditional wood-working techniques. Based on ‘Shou Sugi Ban’, the classical Japanese technique of preserving wood by charring it with fire, the rustic alder used to build these doors is hand-charred creating an ‘alligator-skin’ surface and a profound black color. This remarkable portal is accented with brass strips that separate the door horizontally into four 3-plank segments, a long, elegant brass handle and a brass frame. The back of the door matches the front but without the brass strips. Both sides of the door are finished with four coats of polyurethane.
A portal reflecting our devotion to creating heritage pieces, the Hono No Kuchidzuke is a one-of a-kind show-stopper.
Suitable for face mounting hardware.