Wooden Flute



C foot joint \1,575,000

H foot joint \1,837,500


Ivory tone holes \52,500

E mechanism \73,500

C# Trill Key \60,000

Leguminosae. Brya ebenus. Specific gravity: 1.1. Country of origin:Caribbean Sea.

Cocuswood had been used a lot as the material of the wooden flute, in the 19th century. It’s very difficult to obtain, because Cocuswood is not a well known to lumber merchants in Japan. I have approached a lumber merchant in Europe in the 1990s for Cocuswood, and we found the highest quality Cocuswood. It will be completed in a few more years, as we bring this wood up under our care. Currently, it’s under drying after tubing.

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