Ki Arts offers Japanese-style interiors, garden structures, soaking tub, and fine furniture designed and crafted by Japanese master woodworker Hiroshi Sakaguchi. Located in northern California, Ki Arts has had many years experience adapting Japanese design to Western needs. This family-run business was started in 1985 by Sakaguchi-san and his wife, Ann Gerber Sakaguchi. Ki, pronounced "key," means "wood" in Japanese.
Since Japanese construction is a post and beam system held together by an intricate system of joinery, the components for interiors and garden structures are pre-fabbed by Sakaguchi-san at his Ki Arts workshop. They are then transported to the building site. This enables him to do Japanese carpentry anywhere in the world. Custom designed soaking tubs and fine furniture are made by him at the Ki Arts workshop and can be shipped to any location.
The Ki Arts workshop is in pastoral Sonoma County, California. On a ridge near the Pacific Ocean and the Russian River, it's a short distance from the small community of Occidental and an hour and fifteen minutes drive north of San Francisco. For further information about Ki Arts or works offered by Ki Arts, email Ann Gerber Sakaguchi at email@example.com or call/fax 707 874.3361.