Japanese lamp

24 products

    24 products

    The traditional Japanese paper lantern, which once had only a purely functional use, is now an excellent choice of decorative object.

    A zen and traditional atmosphere at home thanks to our Japanese lanterns.

    Some lamps like the ball lamp are pretty home decorations. Hung from the ceiling or in your garden, they create an atmosphere of pure Japanese tradition. The Japanese red lamp is an ideal choice for outdoor ornaments. It is widespread in cities in Japan in front of shops and sake establishments. But it can also be placed in several rooms of the house. Their dim light sets up a zen and relaxed atmosphere .

    Lanterns made according to pure Japanese tradition

    Made of interlaced mulberry fibers, the washi paper (or rice paper ) that is used to make these lamps is solid while remaining flexible and thin enough to diffuse light. It is underpinned by a wooden, bamboo or metal frame. The light that passes through it can come from a candle or, more traditionally, a cotton wick with rapeseed or sardine oil as fuel. An opening allows the candle or fuel to be changed when it is exhausted.

    Multiple choices of lanterns for different tastes and different uses

    You have the choice between several types of lanterns of various shapes and uses. Andon type lamps appeared during the Edo period. The oki-andon has a boxed shape. It is portable but can also be hung on walls. There is another variety that is Enshu andon and that has a rather cylindrical shape. Ariake andon can be used as a bedside lamp or table lamp

    The Bonbori lamp, a bit similar to the Andon, has a wider shape at the top, even oval . It can be hung, during festivals, on a cable or a mast.

    Chochin is probably one of the most popular Japanese lamps. Its bamboo frame that is reminiscent of an accordion because of its spiral shape makes it easily foldable and allows it to be stored flat in small spaces. The chochin is usually hung on the facades, hung by a small hook on top. There are plastic chochin used by the Japanese in large gatherings.

    Japanese decoration? Japanese lantern!

    If you're looking to decorate your house in Japanese style, look for one of our Japanese lanterns . They are economical, they are beautiful, they are placed everywhere in the house. In the living room, the kitchen, the bedroom or the garden it fits everywhere and creates a zen and relaxed Japanese atmosphere.

    You can arrange them to host ceremonies and guests in a zen and relaxed atmosphere. Think about it for your wedding decor. The dim light of these luminaires will then be perfect for a successful Japanese decoration . If you're looking for originality, think about aligning the lamps in garlands...

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