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Our Kumiko ramma can be designed to fit large spaces such as commercial premises.
In the past, Kumiko ramma for homes tended to be small (H360mm × W1720mm) so were not suitable for large spaces.
Since developing skill in making wider ramma to seek better cost performance and speedy manufacturing,
our Kumiko ramma can be made for decorative use in any commercial premises - as room dividers or shading screens in Japanese Kumiko style.
A wide range of Kumiko ramma are available for selection by owners, architects and designers.
Asanoha Kummiko Ramma
Kumiko Ramma for Commercial premises

Asanoha

TN-101
Based on regular hexagons, this geometric motif resembles a hemp leaf.
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Kumiko Ramma Goma Design

Goma

TN-102
Since ancient times, Japanese people have delighted in the beautiful pink blooms of the Sesame plant. In informal Japanese style, this popular design is used for Kumiko ramma.
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Kumiko Ramma Goma Design
Kumiko Ramma Sakura Design
Kumiko Ramma Sakura Design

Sakura

TN-103
The Japanese have a special affection and aesthetic feeling for cherry blossom and this is reflected in the use of the motif in Japanese architecture. The highly decorative Sakura is among the most popular Kumiko designs.
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Kumiko Ramma Shokko Design

Shokko

TN-104
Derived from brocade of the same name in the capital of China at the time, the Shokko design has a rich pattern of linked octagons and quadrangles.
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Kumiko Ramma Shokko Design
Kumiko Ramma Sayagata Design
Kumiko Ramma Sayagata Design

Sayagata

TN-105
Sayagata was used in the production of silk fabric imported from China to Japan during the Ming Dynasty.
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Kumiko Ramma Izutsu Design

Izutsu

TN-106
Inspired by the fence surrounding a well, this is sometimes referred to as a pattern of parallel crosses.
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Kumiko Ramma Mikado Design
Kumiko Ramma Izutsu Design
Kumiko Ramma Waribish Design

Mikado

TN-107
This mysterious continuous pattern, as if looking into a kaleidoscope, represents eternal life and prosperity.
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Kumiko Ramma Sanjyubishi Design

Sanjyubishi

TN-108
This design is formed by fitting a set of three grids into a wooden frame. The sophisticated design as used in Japan, can also complement living spaces that have a Western atmosphere.
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Kumiko Ramma Sanjyubishi Design
Kumiko Ramma Senbon Design
Kumiko Ramma Senbon Design

Senbon

TN-109
This simple but delicate design exemplifies Japanese aesthetic sensibility. It is an attractive and enduring design that is used for folding screens and Kumiko transoms.
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Kumiko Ramma Masu Design

Masu

TN-110
This is a simple design of equally-spaced parallel lines drawn vertically and horizontally that fits in well in any living space, whether Japanese or Western. It is often used for room dividers and folding screens where a dimming or shading effect is required.
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Kumiko Ramma Masu Design
Kumiko Ramma Seikaiha Design
Kumiko Ramma Seikaiha Design

Seikaiha

TN-111
The design is formulated by the layering of semi-circular shapes that express infinity and are associated therefore, with hope for happiness and long life.
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Kumiko Ramma Shippo Design

Shippo

TN-112
The design is used in Japan and China, and is also known from 3,500 years ago in ancient Egypt. Due to its enduring beauty, the design has continued to appeal over the generations.
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Kumiko Ramma Shippo Design
Kumiko Ramma Kakuasa Design
Kumiko Ramma Kakuasa Design

Kakuasa

TN-113
Kakuasa shows the auspicious hemp leaf design in each square.
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Kumiko Ramma Rindo Design

Rindo

TN-114
Rindo was loved by women in the Heian era. The design was used for furniture and clothes as seen in old books such as "Genji Monogatari" and "Makurano Soushi".
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Kumiko Ramma Rindo Design
Kumiko Ramma Kagome Design
Kumiko Ramma Kagome Design

Kagome

TN-115
Inspired by the woven pattern of bamboo baskets, the Kagome design is based on hexagons that are believed to protect against evil.
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Kumiko Ramma Mitsukude Design

Mitsukude

TN-116
The foundation of the design is a leaf combined with the triangular shape of the water chestnut, or Hishi, placed obliquely within the leaf.
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Kumiko Ramma Mitsukude Design
Kumiko Ramma Fundo Design
Kumiko Ramma Fundo Design

Fundo

TN-117
Old fundo, or weights, are said to imitate the contours of a cocoon, being rounded and beautifully shaped with two hollowed sides.
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Kumiko Ramma Tsumiishi-kikko Design

Tsumiishi-kikko

TN-118
Tsumiishi-kikko, in the hexagon shape, is named for its similarity to the turtle shell.
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Kumiko Ramma Tsumiishi-kikko Design

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