• NAYA STOOL

    The Naya stool has been named so as it was crafted in a barn in a mountain region in Okayama prefecture in 1974 by Isao Komatsu. He did so at first as he needed a working stool, when he made the Bicchu Kagura wooden mask. He had just retired as an elementary teacher and over the next 26 years he used his natural talent intensively for this difficult way of wood cutting his wooden mask that originates from Shinto ritual to pray for a good harvest, family safety and fortune were used locally by many families in the traditional way by placing them near the entrance to their houses.

  • DESIGNER:
    ISAO KOMATSU

NAYA STOOL SMALL

  • NAME: NAYA STOOL LARGE
    SIZE: W274mm x H450mm
    COLOR: NATURAL
    MATERIAL: BEECH
    DESIGNER: ISAO KOMATSU
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