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Kamidana Altar by moconoco

By moconoco 

A visit to the Buddhist shrine can be good for the soul no matter what you believe in. Often these visits involve taking home slips of fine fortune-inscribed scrolls, called ofuda, and placing them in kamidana altars. While these have decorated Japanese households for centuries, the woodworking company moconoco seeks to bring the tradition into modern times and contemporary home interiors.

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Made from Japanese cypress engraved with an image of Ise Shrine, moconoco’s handcrafted Kamidana Altar looks to Apple’s iPhone and iPad for design cues. It’s minimalist, beautifully constructed, and a pleasure to look at and touch. Use it to keep traditional ofuda scrolls or other charms of your choosing. It might also make a fine dock for an iPhone during Headspace meditation routines.

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Kamidana Altar is designed to hang on the wall, stand alone or on the accompanying pedestal. Choose from three designs: Wood (¥27,800Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
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), White (¥29,800Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
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), and Urushi Lacquer (¥150,000Prices are approximate only and subject to change.
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) in navy or red. Learn more about urushi lacquer here.

Kamidana Altar by moconoco

Specifications:
Material: Japanese cypress
Size (hwd, mm): 330 x 118 x 40
Interior size: 265 x 85 x 13
Weight (g): 500
Made in: Japan

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