Kumiko is a traditional Japanese technique that combines pieces wood without using nails. This is a traditional and advanced woodworking technique that has been around since the Asuka period. Tanihata uses Kumiko technique to produce “Ramma”(Japanese Panels) which is widely used in commercial facilities such as hotels, train stations, airports, and restaurants, as well as in Japanese-style rooms in houses. Hemp leaves and cherry blossoms are also used to decorate various spaces with geometric kumiko patterns from ancient Japan.
Address: 1-7-3 Kamiakue-cho, Toyama-shi,Toyama 930-0816
TEL : 076-441-2820
Opening Hours: Showroom 9:00～17:30
Closed: Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays
Directions: 【By Train】12 minutes walk from JR Toyama Station (North Exit) to Shimokui Station (Toyama Light Rail). Alternatively, it takes about 10 minutes by car from JR Toyama Station. Approximately 20 minutes by car from the Toyama IC on the Hokuriku Expressway.
Parking: 5 standard size car, Inquiry required for large bus.