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Tsumiishi-kikko Kumiko Screen

Tsumiishi-kikko is named for its similarity to the turtle shell.
The design has long been auspicious because of its association with the longevity of the turtle.

Origin of Design

The hexagon, derived from the shape of the segments of the turtle shell,
has long been regarded as an auspicious design motif as it relates to the long life of the turtle -
“Turtles live ten thousand years, and cranes one thousand years”
And so those who protect themselves, as turtles do within their shells, may enjoy longevity and health.
Also, as the motif symbolises a banknote, it is thought to bring good fortune.


How to order

Please refer to the "Size & Price List" in the link below, and order through the link for “Estimates & Ordering Form” after selecting your preferred design motifs. materials, and sizes.
  • Size & Price Lis refers only to standard sizes.
  • If you require up to one inch smaller than the standard size, the price will be the same.
Smaller or larger sizes are available on request. Please include the details of the sizes you require on the order form, and request a cost estimate.
Please see our Kumiko Ramma brochure if you need more information regarding ordering and prices.
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Wood materials: Japanese Cedar (Genpei) from Toyama, Hokuriku/Japanese Cypress (Genpei) from Tono in Gifu.

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