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Toru Fukuda uses unpainted natural wood and traditional techniques such as inlay or parquetry to create a universe of handmade beauty. By combining scenes from nature with traditional crafts, his aim is to explore the ways that Japanese culture’s affinity with nature.

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Toru Fukuda uses unpainted natural wood and traditional techniques such as inlay or parquetry to create a universe of handmade beauty. By combining scenes from nature with traditional crafts, his aim is to explore the ways that Japanese culture’s affinity with nature have led to a unique aesthetic sensitivity. He is currently the subject of much focus as a sculptor whose natural talent has …

Toru Fukuda uses unpainted natural wood and traditional techniques such as inlay or parquetry to create a universe of handmade beauty. By combining scenes from nature with traditional crafts, his aim is to explore the ways that Japanese culture’s affinity with nature have led to a unique aesthetic sensitivity. He is currently the subject of much focus as a sculptor whose natural talent has reached early maturation.

Gallery

Location

1F Ginza Habitation, 5-14-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku
Tokyo, JP
Monday–Friday, 11am–7pm
Saturday, 11am–5pm
Sunday, Closed