NG83110 Japanese Carpenter's tool chest, constructed of Cedar (sugi, Cryptomeria japonica), persimmon stain with the drawer interiors constructed of Paulownia (kiri; Paulownia tomentosa), configured as a stack of ten drawers, the lowest two being slightly larger then the rest, all having copper warabite (fiddle head fern) shaped handles, waxed finish, excellent condition. Measuring: 25" High x 9-1/2" Wide x 12" Deep. Meiji Period, Circa 1900. $1,400.
For a smaller example see: Koizumi, Traditional Japanese Furniture, #117, p.80.