SPECIFICATION

About Wood Types We Use

Paulownia

Perfect solution for storage of oil paintings and pictures.

Paulownia wood has high fire retardancy and low thermal conductivity, and carbonized even if the wood caught fire. Therefore, in Japan, Paulownia boxes have been used to store valuable things such as fine arts and crafts from a long time ago. Also, Paulownia wood is very light, soft, fine-grained and has many other good characteristics as follows:

  • Natural insect repellent
    Paulonin and Sesamin, the elements in Paulownia wood can repel insects.
  • Rot resistance
    Since a large quantity of Tannin is included in Paulownia wood, it is hard to rot even in the hot and humid climate of Japan, and has effect of preventing the growth of bacteria.
  • Very low shrinkage rate
    Since the dried Paulownia wood has very little shrinkage rate, it is possible to make boxes without any gap. Therefore, the boxes intercept open air and are hardly affected by the difference of temperature and high humidity.
  • Provides constant humidity
    When the humidity is high, the Paulownia wood expands and fills any gaps to shut out open air. When the air is dry, it shrinks and ventilated.

Standard Quality Paulownia

Standard quality paulownia

Standard quality paulownia

The best material for packaging the luxury items due to following characteristics.

  • Natural insect repellent.
  • Rot resistance.
  • Very low shrinkage rate for constant humidity level inside the box.
  • Import from Taiwan

Quality Paulownia

Quality paulownia

Quality paulownia

For the quality box.
White, light, soft and fine grained .
The paulownia boxes have been used to store such as fine arts , crafts and potteries in Japan.
The best material for packaging the luxury items due to following characteristics.

  • Natural insect repellent.
  • Rot resistance.
  • Very low shrinkage rate for constant humidity level inside the box.

Import from USA

Falcata

Falcata

Falcata

We import Falcata directly from Indonesia.
The Falcata specie grows very quickly and is useable within about 5 years. One hundred percent of these trees are grown on plantation plots in Indonesia. The tree farms enrich the soil improving the landscape rather than a depletion of the natural resources. Thus, it is a material that is beneficial to the environment and has minimal impact to the natural habitat.
The timber is white in color and is resistant to staining, in the result, receives excellent reviews concerning quality. Similar to paulownia and is known as a “Southern Pacific Paulownia” in Japan.
Used for food containers as this wood has a natural resistance to bacteria and keeps food fresh without any interference to the quality. Most commonly used for Bento boxes, gift boxes, and pottery containers.

Fir

Fir

Fir

We purchase German Fir which is under controlled harvesting schedule minimizing environmental impact and harvested at the right time of the year. We use the best fir from the cold regions of Germany. This wood is resistant to insects and bacteria, and absorbs odor. Suitable for food applications as it does not transfer the smell of foods. Most commonly used for Bento boxes, gift boxes and pottery containers.

Cedar

Cedar

Cedar

Equally separated fine grained wood which offer unique color.
We use special [Akita] (name of the northern part of Japan) cedar. Cold weather makes Akita cedar more refined grained of wood.

Burnt Paulownia (Blazed)

Burnt Paulownia (Blazed)

Burnt Paulownia (Blazed)

Burnt Cedar(Blazed)

Burnt Cedar(Blazed)

Burnt Cedar(Blazed)

About Structure of the Lid

Simple lid with two crosspieces

Simple lid with two crosspieces

Simple lid with two crosspieces

Simple lid with two crosspieces

Simple lid with two crosspieces

Standard lid with four crosspieces

Standard lid with four crosspeices

Standard lid with four crosspeices

Cover lid

Cover lid

Cover lid

Solid lock lid

Solid lock lid

Solid lock lid

Solid lock lid

Solid lock lid

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