Dark rosin for Violin, Viola and Violoncello
- 100% hand-made
- Made in Japan
- Estimated by professional musicians
In 1955, Kohaku Rosin was first produced by Mr Kiyoshi Yoshimura who was on close terms with Mr Juro Aoki, a Japanese cellist. It was brought to Mr Pablo Casals through Mr William Carboni in 1959. Mr. Casals liked it and used it a lot.
Kohaku Rosin is now produced by Mr. Takao Yoshimura who is the son of the founder. The rosin benefits from being made in the mountains of Nagano where it is dry, cool with clean air. It is valued especially by professional musicians.
Kohaku is 100% hand-made and the production is quite limited.