Getbako (shoe cabinet)

Traditionally for storing shoes, this getabako was commissioned to serve as altar for a butsudan.  These extremely versatile and elegant cabinets can be built to any dimensions. They can be stacked or set side-by-side, made with doors, drawers or simply left open and used as shelving.

  • No nails. No screws.
  • Sliding doors with chrysanthemum door pulls
  • Alder, clear pine and redwood
  • Handmade using traditional Japanese hand-tools

~ by calebnrogers on June 15, 2017.

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