Akadama stone from the island of Sado in Japan has been known as one of Japan's three famous stones - one of the other fabled types is known as the famous "bug-eaten rock" or Hakkai Stone.
Sado-Akadama stone comes from a special part of Sado island, where Mr. Takashi Amano composed a book about the island, labeling it "Japan's last wilderness." With special permission from the Japanese government, a limited quantity of this stone has been made available for the Nature Aquarium - and once supply in Japan runs out, it will never be harvested again.
Featuring red and yellow colouration, this stone gives a very raw and dramatic iwagumi or driftwood layout. You won't want to miss out on this one.
This stone is available in a limited quantity.
Price is per kilogram. So if you want 3Kg of Stone add 3 of this product to your shopping cart, for example.
Please specify whether you would like Nano, Small, Medium or Large in your 'order comnments' when you check out and we will do our best to select the best pieces for you. We cannot guarantee the availability of size so if in doubt please call us and we will personally look into it for you. If you are in any doubt as to what size to have, or how much stone you need please call us and we will advise you.