Design by Osamu Saruyama
Made in Japan
The jizai-kagi was once part of every traditional Japanese home. It is an architectural element which was suspended from a ceiling beam over an open fire to support a hanging kettle.
Saruyama's contemporary take on the jizai Kagi is made up a forged iron hangar with a simple mechanism to adjust the hanging length and a hook which holds a simple white bowl (Kouro) handmade by pottery artist Shiro Hamanaka. The kouro traditionally for burning incense can also be used as a small vase.
Dimensions: kouro (bowl) φ9cm×H5cm
main hangar 72cm- 125cm(adjustable)
holder with hook H10cm