Carefully designed around a handcrafted Japanese Hinoki grillework with an “asa-no-ha” (hemp-leaf) pattern, this cabinet made its debut in 1976 in one of Nakashima’s shows at the Odakyu Department Store in Tokyo, Japan.
We believe that the inherent beauty of wood should be studied, understood and respected. Read our introduction to our Design Process.
Each Nakashima piece is unique, made to order, and follows a design process that has developed over generations.
View a selection of wood sample options from the Nakashima wood pile.
Glossary of common terms used in Nakashima design, woodworking, and furniture.
To guide our initial conversations, let us know which style piques your interest and the dimensional details of your space. You can learn more about our design process here.
Direct inquiries are welcome, call us at (215) 862 – 2272 or email us to speak to our team for further guidance.
The result of many years’ collaborative research and exploration, finally available for your pleasure and deeper understanding of what makes Nakashima unique.
You can find the book here. I hope you will explore and enjoy this journey as much as we have.
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