Minimalist interior design ideas. Kumiko shoji japanese lamp. The asa-no-ha (hemp leaf) is perhaps the quintessential floral pattern in the square jigumi (pattern base) structure and also in the much more complex diamond jigumi. Its simple and ancient design has
remained popular down through the centuries. The hemp plant grows quickly and straight, so in the past the pattern has often been used in children’s clothing to encourage their healthy growth. In Japan
it has been used in weaving, dyeing, traditional paper manufacture, and, of course, in woodworking,
particularly in kumiko art and craft.
You can see the asa no ha in our wooden table lamp or wooden floor lamp «kumiko japanese style«.
here you can see «how we make it»