Cryptomeria japonica / ヒノキ科スギ亜科スギ属 / 日本

Tree essential for Japanese architecture
The wood grain is clear and straight, and in Japan it is a familiar tree that has been widely used for Japanese architecture as an important wood since ancient times. It has a unique fragrance, and sometimes smells Japanese sake by storing it in cedar. ). President Honnori has decided that "Sugi (Susuki)" comes from the name as a tree going upward without raging beside the cedar. It is also used for accessories such as barrels, tubs, craftworks, disposable chopsticks, curved objects.


Japanese Cedar

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