Shoji Screens Australia is the first non-Japanese Shoji makers to exhibit at the 43rd annual Shoji Tategu in Japan, 2009. Shoji Tategu is an annual shoji exhibition, competition and convention held by one city every year in Japan.
Our business specializes in the design and manufacture of beautiful Japanese shoji screens and doors for commercial and domestic applications. Shoji (pronounced Show-Jee) are a light screen consisting of a wooden framework with a durable translucent acrylic insert or made traditionally with white “washi” paper.
Shoji Screens Australia works closely with all its clients to discuss and achieve the ultimate look with our product. If your project is either in the planning or under construction we liaise with architects, builders and carpenters to ensure that the installation of each product is of the highest quality.
We are also specialist manufacturers and suppliers of custom-made Japanese interior space and furnishings which include tatami mats, Japanese shoji paper, decorative fusuma paper, ranmar, gotenjo wooden ceilings, tokonoma and other joinery items that you will find in the Japanese room.
Our modern products, based on traditional Japanese design and joinery techniques are perfect additions for the contemporary Australian home, restaurant or any business. Shoji Screens Australia products provide clients with a sense of peace and tranquillity that is embodied in Japanese culture, art and design.