• Quercus acuta
  • ブナ科コナラ属
  • 日本



Heavy and harder acorn than water

A tree with acorn fruit. Red oak is the hardest and strongest wooden material of Japanese origin, and there are red crabs heavier than water depending on kinds. Due to its strength and highest quality, it was used for shipbuilding, a stand of cannas, a frame of abacus, a rod of a shamisen, and there was also a time when there was a duty to report to the police in order to possess a wood sword of red oak. It is also used for confectionery dishes because it is good for sharing.