Nuresagi Granite Japanese Lantern
The Nuresagi Granite Japanese Lantern is a classic example of a Japanese “tachi-gata” or pedestal-style lantern. And this style of granite lantern dates back to the Ashikaga period. They were traditionally used as a “guardian” lantern at Japanese Buddhist temples and are frequently seen at entrances to Japanese tea gardens. It is commonly used as a focal point and the stone carvings on the lightbox often relate to its origin. This lantern is perfect for any yard or display. It comes with a pre-drilled hole to insert electrical, and comes with 6 separately hand-carved granite pieces.
- Made of hand-carved granite 2 sizes.
- 48″H x 18″W, 600 pounds
- 60″H x 22″W, 930 pounds
You can now personalize your granite lantern with custom engraving. Add your street address, kanji, or text. Photo mock-ups are created at no charge for your approval. We then provide you a quote and estimate of delivery. Email email@example.com, or select REQUEST ENGRAVING QUOTE above.