Shuji Nakagawa

A modern day practitioner of traditional Kyoto woodworking, Shuji Nakagawa is part of a family legacy of artisans that stretches back generations. Specialising in the fine Japanese woodwork style of sashimono and bucket-making technique ki-oke, he upholds longstanding craft traditions.

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Big Trays of Parquetry
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Something in the Box
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Burnt Bucket
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The split Wood Became a Cup I
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The split Wood Became a Cup II
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Ki-Okw Stoll Jindaisugi
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Waveform Bucket I
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Striped Bucket I-II
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Striped Bucket I-V
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Waveform Bucket II
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Natural Ash Sculptural Form
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Whirl Beaker
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Kohiki Mizusashi
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Composition Rinforzando
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Surface Tactility #22
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Kohiki Bowl
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Kohiki Sculptural Form
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Natural Ash Sculptural Form
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