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Sony Ericsson Urushi Android Phone Review

This is another phone that will come new and is not an official specification. has a 3.2 inch capacitive touchscreen and the screen resolution is 480 x 854 pixels. as already XPERIA phone, Sony Ericsson Urushi provide excellent mobile graphics Bravia...

Car Vent Holder for the Sony Ericsson Urushi – Gomadic Brand

Car Vent Holder for the Sony Ericsson Urushi – Gomadic Brand Gomadic holders come with a lifetime warranty & sold exclusively by Gomadic no-scratch and no-skid design – Extra 1/2″” thick rubber pads on side retainers to p...
by GPS For All Application Areas on Aug 19, 2011

PENTAX 645D JAPAN URUSHI

Features of the new Pentax 645D Japan Urushi camera include a 44 by 33 mm CCD image sensor that results in the highest quality of photos, a lustrous red finish prone to drops and scratches, and an exclusive Center-Spot-Matte Focusing Screen DS-80. Wh...
by plataformadesign on Jul 31, 2011

Hineno Zunari Kabuto

I made this black urushi lacquered Hineno Zunari Kabuto. A black urushi lacqered helmet with two horns has elegance and imagination.
by Urushi Laboratory on Jun 28, 2011

Urushi Luggage From Globe-Trotter

While the Orient collection of luggage from English heritage brand Globe-Trotter is not new, it certainly is noteworthy. For those who are collectors of Japanese art, the urushi finish which dates back as far back as 4000 B.C.E and is derived from th...
by Sartorial Life on Jun 13, 2011

Sony Ericsson ST18i Urushi an Android 3.2-inch Phone

Sony Ericsson ST18i Urushi an Android 3.2-inch Phone – Sony Ericsson ST18i Urushi is the name of the new smartphone Android, not yet announced in an official manner by the joint-venture with Swedish and Nippo hardware that inherits the specific...
by Technupower on Jun 4, 2011

Sony Ericsson ST18i Urushi leaks again, pics galore

Sony Ericsson is preparing a new intriguing smartphone – the ST18i codenamed Urushi. It’s expected to be a smaller version of the Arc, running on the same hardware but packing a smaller 3.2-inch display… GSMArena.com – Latest...
by Ipad 2 Guide on Jun 2, 2011

I need to make two Kawari Kabutos.

Kawari Kabuto have been famous for their elegance around the world. I need to make two Kawari Kabutos (Momonari Kabuto and Etchu zunari Kabuto). Kanshitsu and  Harigake technique allow me  to create Kabuto's wakitate and maetate. My work em...
by Urushi Laboratory on May 24, 2011

Yuri Musical Interface

An interesting musical interface by Japanese designer Yuri Suzuki, in collaboration with Matt Rogers. A touch screen with a menu of actions with the principle of the overlay. Organized by Emiko Oki, this work has been exhibited at the Japanese Embass...
by The Entertainment Blog on Dec 7, 2010

Yuri Musical Interface

An interesting musical interface by Japanese designer Yuri Suzuki, in collaboration with Matt Rogers. A touch screen with a menu of actions with the principle of the overlay. Organized by Emiko Oki, this work has been exhibited at the Japanese Embass...
by The Entertainment Blog on Dec 7, 2010

Japanese urushi maki-e lacquer panel

This is my '' Japanese urushi  maki-e lacquer panel''. I employ various maki-e tecniques(hira-makie,taka-makie,togidashi-makie). This work has  many aesthetic  elements.
by Urushi Laboratory on Sep 25, 2010

A Mother-of-Pearl-Inlaid Lacquer incense container

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by Urushi Laboratory on Sep 15, 2010

A Mother-of-Pearl-Inlaid Lacquer incense container

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by Urushi Laboratory on Sep 13, 2010

Inlay incense container

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by Urushi Laboratory on Sep 13, 2010

process explanation

This sabi is applied. It's perfective now.
by Urushi Laboratory on Sep 2, 2010

Cool Japan

Cool Japan is a term that describes the growing international interest in Japan. We can not forget there is not Anime but Urushi culture in Japan. I want to make a very strong impact on global trends with Urushi and Sumie works. I don't give up.
by Urushi Laboratory on Aug 29, 2010

Cool Japan

Cool Japan is a term that describes the growing international interest in Japan.We can not forget there is not Anime but Urushi culture in Japan. I want to make a very strong impact on global trends with Urushi and Sumie works.I don't give up.
by Urushi Laboratory on Aug 29, 2010


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