Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide

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  • Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide
  • Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide
  • Drawer Detail - Bottom Section | Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide
  • Cabinet Detail | Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide
  • Detail | Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide
  • Cabinet Detail | Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide

Japanese Antique (Early 20th Century) Mizuya from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture | 3 Section | Kitchen Cabinet, Storage Furniture | Keyaki (Japanese Elm), Sugi (Japanese cedar), Iron | 5.5' Wide

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Beautiful Japanese Furniture, Mizuya (kitchen chest) from Nihonmatsu, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.  The three sections can be stacked in any configuration or used separately. 

  • Keyaki face - Japanese elm wood
  • Sugi interior - Japanese cedar wood
  • Forged iron hardware
  • Early 20th Century
  • 17.75" x 66.125"x 68.75" (depth, length, height)

Conserved by Shibui for the North American climate.

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