KOMA Craftsmanship for Exquisite Wooden Furniture


KOMA Craftsmanship for Exquisite Wooden Furniture

The KOMA craftsmen create high-quality wooden furniture with clean and sensual silhouettes. The Musashi Murayama studio now has a shop tied to it. The company specializes in tables, chairs, compartments, and lamps, which are available in the showroom. However, now they also accept custom orders. Each hand-made item garners praise from everyone who sees it. Their trademark piece is a chair that offers delicate curves and lines that conform to the human body. The shapes carved into a three-dimensional piece of art and sanded to smooth artistic perfection offer a glimpse of real craftsmanship that only true artisans could elicit from a block of wood. Each piece provides a sense of warmth and relief, and KOMA technique is constantly evolving. Also, the craftsmen meticulously present updated versions of their work, employing the highest level of artisanship. To these craftsmen, the honing of their technique is far more important than making the same models over and over again. Visit the shop and experience furniture as you never have before.

Address: First Floor 1-24-10 Kamiogi, Suginami-ku, Tokyo
Tel: 03-6383-5585
Opening hours: 10AM-5PM
Closed: Wednesday and Thursday
© Atsuko Toyama Patterns of light painted on the ceiling mimic the flickering shade under a tree.
© Atsuko Toyama With beautiful form and stability that calms the mind, the “Shim Arm Chair” is popular and smooth to the touch.
© Atsuko Toyama The shop is along Kampachi Dori. Look for exactly what suits your tastes and actually touch their furniture.
© Atsuko Toyama Warm wooden furniture fills this concrete space. Walnut is their primary wood.

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