Lanterns: Oribe Lantern

About Lanterns



Japanese stone lanterns were first used in ancient Shinto shrines where they served as votive lights. In the sixteenth century, Japanese tea masters included the stone lantern in Buddhist tea gardens as a means to light the way with their rustic beauty and rich light. From classic to contemporary, Stone Forest lanterns are informed by this centuries-old tradition.
Stone Forest has been hand carving traditional Japanese lanterns and our own original stone lantern designs for 20 years. Whether you are looking for a traditional Japanese stone lantern or a more contemporary addition to your landscape, our lantern selection has a quality you will not find anywhere else.
Our traditional Japanese stone lanterns are made to exacting Japanese specifications. Stone Forest can custom carve any style Japanese lantern at your request.

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Oribe Lantern

Black & White Granite.
36H x 13W x 13D in.
GL04-36, 250lbs $365
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Description: The Oribe lantern is one of the oldest Japanese stone lantern designs and was named for tea master Furuta Oribe (also known as Furuta Shigenari). Oribe is credited for his influence in shaping the garden into a space for tea ceremonies.

Simple and elegant, this ikekomi-gata style stone lantern (post lantern) is installed by burying the base of the post directly in the ground or a concrete footing. We carve this popular Japanese stone lantern in the finest quality black & white granite and it comes drilled for electrical wiring, or can be lit with a candle or oil lamp.

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