‘Suzugami’ is a tin product, which is thin like paper and freely malleable. By repeatedly hammering a rolled tin sheet, not only can it become patterned, but it gains a strength that has resistance to repeated bending. Want to easily bend metal to your desired shape? That is the novelty of suzugami.
100% handmade by craftsmen in Japan
Takaoka City in Toyama prefecture, where is known as a city of metalwork. That’s where Suzugami was born. Craftsmen of Suzugami has been a specialist manufacturer of Orinbowl gongs for Buddhist temples since its establishment in 1909.
3 Designs & Sizes. All Look Different.
Snowflakes dancing in cloudless sunny day left behind this ephemeral layer.
Endless rain in May in the lunar year left behind its unforgettable trajectory.
Ice hails from the sky with rustle left behind traces of their fierceness.
California Delivered California Proposition 65:
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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