Where the lords of the Mori clan were enshrined, ruins of the castle tower (yagura) stay at the foot of Mount Shizuki with only one turret (yagura) higher up the mountain, as a look out over the sea, a new Hagi generation is born, saturated with melancholy, unfulfilled longing ruins and desolation on a palm of a hand. This is the inevitable ruination of the present. 

Cloisonné Honda Yosaburo

An important Japanese cloisonné enamel burning censer, made towards the end of the Meiji Period (1868-1912). The Koro is comprised of Eight panels, decorated with the phoenix and Oni motif. The pattern is a meticulous one and in a sense the crowning achievement of the Kyoto School, whose preference for dense symmetry proved less commercial than the naturalism of Nagoya.
The good size and his unusual enamels attest to the individual quality of this Japanese peace of Art. 
The condition is exceptional with no wear apart from a few miniscule fire censer stick accured by me. 

Ito Hisayoshi or Ito Hisadodo of hiroshima or call him Takuro Ito revived an art form dating back to the Edo period. He worked at the Ito Kyuho-do Hand-forged Copper censer with Mixed-silver Decoration The Shōwa period is the time of Japanese history corresponding to the reign of Emperor Hirohito; it is between December 25, 1926 and January 7, 1989. It has been the longest reign of all those of Japanese empire This is a Kuba Dozo copper silver inlay with hammer crafted censer incense tool The Takenaka kamon. Ito  is quite famous for this kind of works but hardly koro. The Takenaka of Mino province claimed descent from Minamoto Yorimitsu and were an off-shoot of the Tôki clan. Several generations were known as the Iwate, with Takenaka Shigeuji adopting the name Takenaka around the beginning of the 16th Century. Shigeuji's son Shigemoto came to serve Saitô Dôsan. Takenaka Shigeharu (better known as Takenaka Hanbei) enjoyed the favor of Toyotomi Hideyoshi and as a result the Takenaka came to hold the status of daimyô at the start of the Edo Period. This was to be lost in 1634 through the shameful behavior of Takenaka Shigekatsu.