List of products by brand Tsuge Pipe

His pipes are very technological, balanced and light characterized by a refined Japanese aesthetic.

Japanese pipes perfect for tasting tobaccos or individual tobacco blends, designed in collaboration with the best Danish and German master blenders.

The Tsuge pipe manufacturing laboratory was founded in the 1930s by Kyoichiro Tsuge in Japan.

The Tsuge (roughly pronounced "Su-gay") pipe company is led by pipe maker Kazuhiro Fukuda, who has been with the company for nearly 60 years. Initially they produced ivory and briar pipes, all classic shapes, small and dark stained.

Kazuhiro went to Denmark in 1969 to work with Sixten Ivarsson for a month and Sixten managed to teach him how to hone his innate skill, which he brought back to Japan to help the company become famous throughout the world.

Thus was born a cigarette holder factory, which today is the largest and most advanced Japanese manufacturer in the field of pipes.

His pipe production workshops are located in Tokyo and in the Asakusa district.

Although the factory produces many machine-made pipes, including the famous tasting pipes, Tsuge also has a handcrafted line called Ikebana, available here in very few pieces, perfect pipes for collection.

Most of these pipes are carved in the Danish fashion shape/drill with a very strong Japanese aesthetic.

Frequent use of plateau and Japanese bamboo adorn many of the high-quality pieces.

Each stem is hand cut from a solid vulcanite bar, with a beautifully polished vulcanite tenon from the same piece.

A slight asymmetry allows many shapes to utilize the beautiful Japanese grain and aesthetic.

Some of their pipes are even coated with the highest quality Japanese lacquer for the Urushi line.

Japanese Tsuge pipes have an undoubted international approach; more decidedly Japanese are other Tsuge pipes with metal finishes, bamboo details and refined lacquers.

In addition to traditional tobacco pipes, in recent years the Tsuge pipe manufacturer has added special pipes for smoking cigarette tobacco. Pipes equipped with a cigarette filter with a small bowl suitable for a short smoke, the Capito pipe line was born.

Not to forget the innovative pipes of the E-star line and the Roulette line, now flanked by Spider characterized by smoke expansion chambers like reverse calabash.

But what all models have in common is the coherent, meticulous, obstinate search for perfection.

Kyoichiro always searched for it, his heirs search for it tenaciously.

Read the in-depth study on Japanese Tsuge pipes. Japanese pipe manufacturer.

In these pages Tabaccheria Toto13 collects a vast selection of Japanese Tsuge pipes, many pipes with futuristic aesthetics, classic Japanese oriental aesthetics, Urushi lacquer pipes, carbon pipes, pipes with metal bulkheads against the wind.

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