MASU are traditional wooden boxes made from Japanese cypress.
Originally used to measure rice and soy sauce when these were a form of currency,
MASU have been an important part of Japanese culture for over 1300 years.
Today they are more familiar for serving and enjoying Sake.
Often they are use for ceremonies and celebrations as they are a symbol of good luck.
The term, “MA-SU,” means to thrive or grow in Japanese. MASU are extremely desirable
because of the warmth of their material with its hint of evergreen scent.
The perfection of their construction,
especially the corner joinery, exemplifies traditional craftsmanship.
MASU are finding new uses as as interior design elements,
the possibilities are endless including wall treatments and ceilings in restaurants and bars.
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