KUMIKO Sakura (L) / White

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KUMIKO Sakura (L) / White

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“Kumiko”, in short, is a delicate technique of assembling wooden pieces without nails.
Thinly slit wooden pieces are grooved, punched and mortised, and then are assembled and joined one by one with plane, saw, chisel and other tools while fine adjustments are made. The “Kumiko” woodwork technique was developed in Japan in the Asuka Era (600-700 AD) and has since been refined and passed down through generations of craftsmen.
"Kumiko"(Japanese traditional woodwork technique from 700 AD) clock has two size and 4 kinds. In order to make this clock they do not use any nail. Thiny slit wooden pieces are grooved,punched and mortised, and they are assembled and joined one by one.

■Product Details

Wood(Canadi Cedar)

Accuracy: Average monthly deviation ± 30 seconds (in the case of room temperature)
Operating temperature range: 0 ℃ ~ + 50 ℃ within
Use battery: AA manganese batteries
Battery life: about 2 years
Country of manufacture: Japan (Japan domestic move use)
The set includes: watch body-AA manganese batteries
Warranty: 1 year
¥32,000 (Without Tax)