|Title:||JAPANESE AGARI KAMACHI|
|Size:||13.50" x 113.00" x 18.00"|
Japanese agari-kachi usually found in the entrance of a rural Japanese merchants home. Guest would sit to remove their outdoor shoes before stepping up on to the tatami flooring of the home. Because this was the first piece of furniture visitors saw they were usually made of the most expensive materials in this case one solid slab of Keyaki wood (Zelkova or Japanese red elm). The two sliding doors on either side of the center post expose a storage area for shoes. Rare. Late 19th c.
13.5" high x 113" wide x 18" deep
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