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Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro
Negishi Industry Bon Joro

Negishi Industry Bon Joro

Hand soldered and hand crafted in Tokyo, each one of these watering cans is the product of an individual’s labour.  The individuals in question are members of the Negishi family and their small company (total staff = 3) in the Sumida area of the capital.  The family business originally specialised in metalwork used on the roof of shrines, but moved into garden-ware in the 1960s to accommodate demand for high quality implements for bonsai.  The Negishi watering cans then and now have a special status among bonsai practitioners.  The fall of the water from their nozzles has the feeling of rain.  To accompany the experience of working with plants, in this way the user can have the sense of nature in their hand.

The handmade production process involves melting solder over hot coals, and allowing it to ‘flow’ with the maker’s skill on to the metal’s surface.  Inevitably this means only a few can be made each day.  An item hence with a limited production run, we have a small selection at wagumi.

The word for watering can in Japanese is a loan word from Portuguese: Jorro.  The ’Bon Joro’ here is a kind of greeting to the work of Negishi and is a simple and portable option for gardens or indoor use.

Includes 1 watering can.

H:110mm W:360mm D:110mm

Material:Copper/ Brass/ Stainless Steel

Regular price £73.00