Conventional Japanese Carvings And Guitars Unite To Create The Most Steel Music Devices Ever


style=”text-align: justify;”>Wooden carvings and picket guitars aren’t a standard pairing, however Japan doesn’t care about that. Inamichoukoku – the Inami Wooden Carving Collective – has turned its conventional wood-craft expertise to the manufacturing of guitars. Normally, Japanese Inami-style wooden carvings adorns temples and shrines. However this artwork was created to adorn the phases of steel concert events! The large brown dragon guitar is the crowning jewel of your complete line – it’s completely huge, and has greater than a passing resemblance to a sword. And that’s very steel.

style=”text-align: justify;”>Such ranges of expertise aren’t low-cost: the least-expensive guitar goes for 1,000,000 yen (about $10,000) whereas the magnificent dragon is priced at 1,950,000 (~$19,500).

Extra data: inamichoukoku.com | (h/t: RocketNews24)

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