Sustainability: This wood species is not listed in the CITES Appendices, and is reported by the IUCN as being a species of least concern. Designed and made in Japan. There's also, by the way, a 9 ply Yinhe. Japanese Hinoki Cypress wood is widely known for the Masu cups, square w Add to Cart. Voluspa - Gilt Pomander & Hinoki 3 Wick Pedestal Tin Candle . Archipelago - Hinoki Wood Jar Candle . It is possible for multiple generations to prune each tree hundreds of times from the bottom all the way up to within a few feet from the top. $39.00. Add to Cart. The most common hinoki wood material is wood. A caretaker of a hinoki plantation raises acres of trees which were planted by generations of previous farmers, in a business that is often kept within the family. So the Yinhe 5 ply would be similar to the Korean 5 ply and the Yinhe 7 ply similar to the Korean 7 ply. Now imagine, if you will, dozens (if not hundreds) of acres full of thousands of branchless trees, with each one requiring this kind of attention! Hinoki Cypress wood is a very light, beautiful, cleared colored wood. Place the set in a small room or closet. The durability of hinoki continues to increase for about 200 years, even after it is cut.After 200 years, hinoki gradually returns to its original durability which takes about 1000 years. Because hinoki is slow-growing, it is not unusual for an individual farmer to never cultivate a tree he has cared for his entire life. Often used in manufacturing as lumber for its sturdiness it has many more advantages. Hinoki is a Japanese cypress (Chamaecyparis obtusa) which, when freshly cut, releases a lemon-like scent which reminds of cedar wood aromas. and strong & durable enough to last for generations. Archipelago - Hinoki Wood Diffuser . When admiring Butsuzō in a temple, shrine or museum, you may see statues that have not been painted or have patches of bare wood, exposed by paint that has flaked away or disintegrated over time. $24.00. The most popular color? Despite its natural abundance, the temple-building activity of the old days stripped the lands of most of its enormous ancient trees. The balls can also soak in the bath, to have the natural cypress scent fill the room and help you relax. There are 246 hinoki wood for sale on Etsy, and they cost $44.47 on average. In Japan, the tradition of nursing hinoki tree farms to produce perfect lumber goes back for many years. This is why top Omakase sushi chefs deliberately choose chopping boards that are made from Hinoki wood to ensure the best quality food is served to their customers. Hinoki wood is meant to be used with water, so you do not have to worry about the wood soaking, and getting wet. The Hinoki Cypress wood has a very peculiar scent, it has a great resistance to water and even has an antiseptic effects. We just sent you an email. Suddenly, there were no virgin hinoki forests for producing knot-free slabs for carving. Traditionally, Hinoki wood is well known for its use as a cutting surface as the characteristics of the wood help retain the taste and texture of delicate dishes like Omakase sushi. You guessed it: beige. Vajra Warrior (one of a pair), mid 14th century: Unknown artist, Japan. The durability of hinoki continues to increase for about 200 years, even after it is cut.After 200 years, hinoki gradually returns to its original durability which takes about 1000 years. Sculptor and Art History hound David Bilbrey lives in Southern California with his wife and two kids. Add to Cart. The fruits of Hinoki wood are actually 8-scale cones. The wood of this tree is nicely lemon-like scented and distinguished by its light color and straight grain. The biflavones sciadopitysin, ginkgetin, isoginkgetin, podocarpusflavone B, 7,7''-O-dimethylamentoflavone, bilobetin, podocarpusflavone A, 7-O-methylamentoflavone, amentoflavone, hinokinin and hinokiflavone have been confirmed in the leaves of the plant.