Our Japanese sliding doors are essentially translucent partitioning doors made entirely of spruce wood [no metal whatsoever] and slides on grooves cut into the wooden frame. They are easily removed by lifting and angling them off their groove. By letting in light, these interior doors give off a beautiful silhouette during the day time. Our shoji screens are based on the most common sizes found in Tokyo 91.5cm by 199cm. While we do not offer any installation services, a competent carpenter should be able to construct the sliding grooves. We can provide the standard grooves measurement for construction.
Pair of fusuma (for closets) in stock - $580 each door
Pair of Yukimi Shoji in stock - $860 each door. These shojis have a lower portion that slides up and door to let sunshine in at an angle.