In 1909, Heiwa Gokin started making Japanese tea sets, flower vases and Buddhist alter fittings in Takaoka city which has a high reputation as the center of the metal industry in Japan. While preserving the traditional technique, they have been developing advanced casting methods in accordance with the times and demands that now enable them to make superb artworks satisfying artists and customers.
With accumulated experience through all those years, Heiwa Gokin offers flexible response to a wide variety of requests such as making tiny parts for a teapot, sophisticated handrails at some prestigious brand shops, and even installing a giant bronze statue taller than 16 meters.
||Furthermore, they supply not only cast objects but also metal fittings and architectural hardware by cutting and bending work.
With their experience and wide network in the industry, Heiwa Gokin strives to meet customers' requests in achieving what others could not.
Hideki Matsui Museum (Sculptures)
Tokyo Dome (Carved art)
Exhibition “Alloy and Peace” (2016)
Keiichi Tanaami, Hajime Sorayama, Katsuya Terada, Florian CLAAR, Hisashi Eguchi, Tetsuya Nakamura (Alloy and Peace Exhibition).