Japanese Lamp - Asa No Ha

Inspired by traditional Japanese shoji lamps - done in solid birds eye maple with clear pine kumiko (lattice). Each panel is backed with traditional mulberry paper applied with rice glue, providing a diffused warm glow to most rooms.

The Asa no ha (Hemp Leaf) pattern is a popular traditional pattern often seen on Japanese kimono. Because hemp was known for it's rapid growth, the pattern was often used for clothes of newborn children. The wives of merchants would also often wear it. It was believed to bring good fortune to the wearer.

An 8 ft brown cord with on/off switch and lamp socket will accept all standard size bulbs up to 75 watts.

Measure 9.5" inches wide x 19.5" inches tall. Finished with shellac. Shipping is included within the continental USA. If interested in a set of 2 (available) or more please inquire about a discount.

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By Jon Saiki Pang


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