Madoka Cast Iron Incense Holders by Hisanori Masuda

Madoka Cast Iron Incense Holder Collection by Hisanori Masuda

Dimension of the main holder copmponent:  L  23.5  x H 1cm.

The incense stand component comes with 3 holes with varying diameter and comes in either Black or Gold.

 This item is traditional Japanese cast iron that have been modified to fit our modern day lifestyle. 

The refined shapes along with the lacquered surface give these incense holders an elegant look.


- These products are made out of cast iron.

- Japanese lacquer has been applied to the surface.

- To avoid rusting, make sure to wipe all moisture away after washing. 

- Store in a dry area when not in use.

- Made in Japan

 Hisanori Masuda was born in 1949 in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. After graduating from Musashino University of Art (Fine Arts and Design) where he studied under Prof. Mosuke Yoshitake, Hisanori stayed on as a studio assistant to his professor for 5 years. During this time, Hisanori was successful in revitalizing local industries through product design. Later he moved to Yamagata City and established his own studio, "Chushin Kobo" in 1997. He seeks to recreate objects retaining the beauty of traditional Japanese cast iron but stylishly adapted to fit contemporary life-style. Using iron, aluminum and bronze, he designs, produces and sells all his own work. He is currently a member of Japan Craft Design Association. He teaches at Tohoku University of Art and Design and Yamagata University in the department of education.