Japanese kumiko is an art made of wood. When you travel to Japan and go to shrines and temples, you will encounter various sizes of sliding doors with white washi. In Japan, there are beautiful doors that make use of many geometric patterns in addition to simple lattice patterns. Some are carved. Small hexagons and square kumikos introduced here can be used to learn the basics of assembling kumiko with a history of over 400 years in Japan, and you can enjoy and decorate them as interiors . ■ Materials Solid natural cypress wood ■Size at completion of assembly Height: 13 cm Width: 13 cm Thickness: 1 cm ■Care After washing, drain and dry. If the stain is light, wipe it off with a wet cloth to remove the stain. ■ Japanese traditional crafts You can enjoy the skills of Japanese woodworkers and traditional crafts. The unique way of assembling is that a university teacher who introduces you overseas through international exchange from Japan holds a seminar and is popular with overseas students. Products are wrapped in easy-to-understand illustrations. The wrapping method will be sent in "Origata" wrapping, which has been developed as a gift wrapping form since 800 years in Japanese samurai families. In Japan, during the summer vacation, young moms and children, such as elementary school students, take part in assembling challenges, and elderly people give them to acquaintances as souvenirs. It is popular for both men and women, from young to elderly, from urban to rural and mountainous. In Japan, wood products are popular, and I think the memories of living with trees are a nostalgic memory. In the home of young parents, children are given wooden toys to make them have the opportunity to touch the tree. This kumiko kit is one of them. Elderly people are good for exercise at hand, exercise for the mind, and are pleased with the presents.