The temple of the Meiji kamidana is elevated, as a symbol of reverence, and for a bit more space for offerings to the Kami. The small Shōji doors are made, just like regular sized ones, with wooden lattice and rice paper.
It is made with traditional joinery, can fit a larger than normal Ofuda, and the shelve is a part of the entire structure. It also has our invisible wall-mounting original system.
We will make this product to order. It can take from 4 to 8 weeks until we can have it finished and ready to ship. If you want to offer it as a gift, and you think it will not make it in time, consider having us send a card like this one.
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|Materials||European grown Chestnut / Cotton tape / Japanese Rice paper|
|Size (cm)||94 x 40 x 18|
|Max. Ofuda Size (cm)||27 cm|
|Not Included||Screws or wall plugs for wall mounting|
|Keep in Mind||This product is made from natural materials, and you can expect a variation in color and wood grain.|
All our Kamidana are delivered disassembled and will require you to follow a set of assembly instructions provided. We promise you’ll have fun doing it.
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