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Shogi pieces craftsman "友生 (Yusei) " made Luxury Shogi pieces, Ryoko-sho (Ryoko script), mori-age (embossed), Mikura Island grown boxwood made

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Shogi pieces craftsman "友生 (Yusei) " made Mikura Island grown hon-tsuge (boxwood) "moku" wood, Ryoko-sho (Ryoko script), mori-age (embossed) hand engraved Shogi pieces.

These Shogi pieces are splendid and beautiful with the carving and embossing techniques cultivated over many years.

This time, we will sell it at a special price.
Please take a look at the finest mori-age (embossed) Shogi pieces.

Shogi pieces craftsman "友生 (Yusei) " conveys his straightforward desire to make good Shogi pieces, with a enthusiastic research effort.
Yusei's policy is a sincere attitude toward making Shogi pieces, and he said "I want to make Shogi pieces that I can be proud and good Shogi pieces".

As you can see from the image of each piece, the sides of each piece are firmly chamfered, so it is not only beautiful, but also a gem that fits well in your hand and is hard to damage the board.
And this Shogi pieces can enjoy the best feels.

The mori-age (embossed) part is not only beautiful, but it is also carefully fried and finished with an emphasis on visibility.
'Mori-age-koma' is a piece made by filling the engraved characters with lacquer, and after drying and polishing the surface flat, finishing by using a brush to add more lacquer on top of the engraved lacquer parts to give slightly raised characters.
Mikurajima is an island located in the central part of the Izu Islands (an area with many islands of various sizes) in Tokyo, Japan.
The quality of tsuge grown in the unique soil and climate is perfect for making shogi pieces.
Mikurajima Island is the most highly regarded tsuge producing area along with the Satsuma region of Kagoshima Prefecture, that produces Satsuma tsuge.
The hontsuge grown on Mikurajima Island is the best material for shogi pieces in terms of the color, luster, touch, weight, and texture of the wood.
"Moku" is a complex wood-grained bump or material that rarely appears in local twists, curves, branches, or near the roots due to the influence of the growing environment during the growth process of wood.
"Moku" is a high-value material that is highly evaluated for its rare and aesthetic value, which is not the same as one, and its excellent decorativeness.
Please check the photo images.
'Ryoko-sho' is a script based on the calligraphy of Maki Ryoko, a calligrapher of the latter Edo Period, and with its clear, slender characters is a highly popular script, regardless of professional or amateur status.
The finest quality wood grain Mikurajima-hon-tsuge (real Mikurajima boxwood) Itame (curved grain).
*Please check the images.
  • Shogi pieces craftsman "友生 (Yusei) " made hand engraved Luxury Shogi pieces
    Mikura Island grown hon-tsuge (boxwood) "Moku", Ryoko-sho (Ryoko script), mori-age (embossed)
    Product No. : No.177-M072
  • Shogi pieces in a paulownia flat box


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  • You may find small knots, burrs, rolled-in bark as all these products are made of natural trees.
    There may be some small flaw or scratch, dent, chipping.

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