Esho Funi butsudans are handmade using traditional Japanese hand tools and construction techniques.

No nails. No screws.

Responsibly harvested woods.

Shipping available to most countries.

Please have a look through the Gallery where you will find examples of butsudans I have built for clients over the years. If there is one you like in particular, please copy and paste the image into an email. If there are several that you like, all the better, as it means we can take your favorite pieces from each and make something new.


Butsudans begin at $350 and go up in price depending on size and complexity of the design. An entry-level butsudan, accommodating a regular sized Gohonzon, takes a week to build. It is made of solid wood (generally poplar) and comes with a light and imitation gold leaf backing.

I feel that custom handmade furniture brings a sense of calm to a room, enriching our lives. However, not everyone can afford to furnish their homes with bespoke pieces, which is why I have decided to work on a sliding scale. Let me know what you can afford and I will do my best to accommodate.

The goal is for you to have something truly unique, something that will enhance your daily meditations and last for lifetimes.


971 347 4441

~ by calebnrogers on November 16, 2017.

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