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Creator: Ryosuke Harashima
Kiriko Candleholder Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Craft Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Candleholder designed by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of antique Kiriko glass plate and brass. Artist create new style candleholder by combining old kiriko glass and Indust...
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2010s Japanese Japonisme Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Table Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Table designed by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of antique Japanese basket, coper and glass. Artist create new style table by combinin...
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2010s Japanese Japonisme Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Copper

Contemporary Japanese Chochin Floor Lamp Limited Edition #2 Zen Washi
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Name: OBAKE UN Contemporary style Japanese Washi Japanese traditional paper shade floor lamp. Washi shade is famous as Isamu Noguchi Akari lightings. Base is made of brass. Limited pattern painted model. Edition of 3+1AP E26,27 light bulb. Available to work with 100-250V. Artist statement In Japan, there is an animist belief that the soul dwells in old tools that have passed a long time and turns into spirits such as "Youkai" or "OBAKE." Its existence lurks in the darkness of everyday life, sometimes causing fear and sometimes entertaining. This lantern is not an old tool, but it is made by the historic "Kojima Shoten", where the 10th generation are craftsmen in Kyoto. It's rare nowadays, and it's a style in which lanterns are made from bamboo bones to assembling papers and painting in one workshop and go. So, I decided to transform the polite crafted Japanese lanterns, which have been run through a traditional history, into a modern and pop style. It's not just OBAKE lurking in the darkness, but an existence who snuggles up to us as a more sophisticated being. These one-eyed OBAKE have a meaningful look that originated in ancient Sanskrit culture. The red-eye "A [a]" is the facial expression that is the first pronunciation to make a sound in Sanskrit, which means "truth" and "spirit of inquiry" at the same time. The blue-eyed "UN [hu?]" expresses the pronunciation to close the sound, and at the same time means "wisdom" and "nirvana." There is also the idea that describing the beginning and end of the universe is represented by considering the "A" and "UN" as a pair. In Asia, it is a common sight to see a pair of guardian statues...
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2010s Japanese Edo Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Contemporary Japanese Chochin Floor Lamp Zen Washi Japanese Paper Shade
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Name: Under the Hazy Moon Contemporary style Japanese Washi Japanese traditional paper shade floor lamp. Washi shade is famous as Isamu Noguchi Akari lightings. Base is made of brass...
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2010s Japanese Edo Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Contemporary Japanese Chochin Floor Lamp Limited Edition #1 Zen Washi
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Name: OBAKE A Contemporary style Japanese Washi Japanese traditional paper shade floor lamp. Washi shade is famous as Isamu Noguchi Akari lightings. Base is made of brass. Limited pattern painted model. Edition of 3+1AP E26,27 light bulb. Available to work with 100-250V. Artist statement In Japan, there is an animist belief that the soul dwells in old tools that have passed a long time and turns into spirits such as "Youkai" or "OBAKE." Its existence lurks in the darkness of everyday life, sometimes causing fear and sometimes entertaining. This lantern is not an old tool, but it is made by the historic "Kojima Shoten", where the 10th generation are craftsmen in Kyoto. It's rare nowadays, and it's a style in which lanterns are made from bamboo bones to assembling papers and painting in one workshop and go. So, I decided to transform the polite crafted Japanese lanterns, which have been run through a traditional history, into a modern and pop style. It's not just OBAKE lurking in the darkness, but an existence who snuggles up to us as a more sophisticated being. These one-eyed OBAKE have a meaningful look that originated in ancient Sanskrit culture. The red-eye "A [a]" is the facial expression that is the first pronunciation to make a sound in Sanskrit, which means "truth" and "spirit of inquiry" at the same time. The blue-eyed "UN [hu?]" expresses the pronunciation to close the sound, and at the same time means "wisdom" and "nirvana." There is also the idea that describing the beginning and end of the universe is represented by considering the "A" and "UN" as a pair. In Asia, it is a common sight to see a pair of guardian statues...
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2010s Japanese Edo Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Calico Clothing tray Ryosuke Harashima Urushi Contemporary Zen Japanese Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Tray made by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of antique tray painted by urushi and fabric. Artist create renewed tray which is upholstered with fabric. This pattern was reache...
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2010s Japanese Japonisme Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Fabric, Wood

Bamboo Lattice Light Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Craft Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Lamp designed by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of antique Japanese bamboo basket and brass. Artist creates new style lamp by comb...
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2010s Japanese Edo Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Cabinet Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Craft Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Cabinet by Ryosuke Harashima. Name: Casa Do Walk Collection: STILLIFE A chest for ship with a key door. With four legs that imitate a stilt building structure, it looks like a house that going to walk. STILLIFE STILLIFE is not to redesign old Japanese folk tools but also to have a dialogue with the tools. Morphing "old folk tools" into a "more attractive still life" by giving it a modern interpretation. "Tsukumo God" which we Japanese...
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2010s Japanese Edo Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Console Light Table Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Craft Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Console light table designed by Ryosuke Harashima. Name: How deep the dark. Collection: Stillife A low table by morphing a wooden box lid that stores two Japanese gold folding screens...
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2010s Japanese Minimalist Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Contemporary Japanese Console with Folding Screen Zen Japanese Modern
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Name: Early Dawn Collection: STILLIFE A console table that using a wooden box that stores two Japanese gold folding screens. It is a new histor...
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2010s Japanese Edo Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Candleholder 2 Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese craft Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Candleholder designed by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of Japanese antique glass plate and brass. Artist create new style candleholder by ...
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2010s Japanese Japonisme Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

Mirror Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Name: Two fo you Mirror designed by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of Ranma, antique Japanese transom, coper and mirror. Artist create new s...
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2010s Japanese Japonisme Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Copper

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Urushi Layered Box 1 and 2
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Urushi tray object made by Ryosuke Harashima. This work has made through combining old nesting boxes and cylinder brass parts.    
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Urushi Layered Box 1 and 2
Urushi Layered Box 1 and 2
H 7.09 in W 15.75 in D 15.75 in
Bamboo Basket Table Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Mingei
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Bar-loc Table Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Basket Mingei
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Urushi Layered Box Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Mingei
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Bamboo Lattice Table Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese Basket Mingei
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Kiriko Candleholder Ryosuke Harashima Contemporary Zen Japanese craft Mingei
By Ryosuke Harashima
Located in Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Candleholder designed by Ryosuke Harashima. This work is made of antique Kiriko glass plate and brass. Artist create new style candleholder by combining old kiriko glass and Indust...
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2010s Japanese Japonisme Ryosuke Harashima Furniture

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Brass

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Ryosuke Harashima furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of metal and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Ryosuke Harashima furniture, although beige editions of this piece are particularly popular. Prices for Ryosuke Harashima furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $350 and can go as high as $16,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $4,800.

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