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The name \"TORII\" comes from Japanese where it represents the gateway of a Shinto shrine. It is meant to reminds visitors to pay attention to their behaviors after they enter into a sacred place. It also dedicated to pass something spiritual and cultural to person walking through it.
By rotating the stick on the table, you rotate the cotton thread together which increases the tension of the cotton thread therefore positioning the table into a stable and fixed state.
The desktop has a 3mm indent to prevent things rolling off.
- Natural wood texture highlights
- Surface wood wax oil treatment
- Anti-corrosion treatment.
Mortise and Tenon Structure
A longer product life.
Assembly and disassembly is done using the Torii structure technique, making it very easy to use.
We provide you with clear instructions on how to assemble it, so no need to worry about that!
Other than being a table, it's actually a real joy assembling or disassembling the Torii
I am Li Lu from China.Lao Tzu, a famous philosopher in China, once said "去甚，去奢，去泰" (abandon extreme, luxurious and unreasonable thought) which is the guiding ideology of my design. After one year lived in Japan, I deeply get touched by the dedication of things of those Japanese designers and gradually understand the charm of Chinese and Japanese culture. In the future, I wish I could stick to that dedication, and put my understanding of life, culture and people’s needs into my design.