Japanese Keyaki wood Tansu, two(2) sections, Meiji period late 1800's, with Brass Turtle and Iron Eagle lock back plates and heavy black iron handles, 46" high, 48" wide, 17 1/2" deep, include secret drawers inside the heavily decorated black iron blind door in the lower right side, next to the deep longer drawer decorated with Brass Turtle and Iron Eagle lock plates in the center and heavy black iron handles on both sides. Two(2) graduated size long drawers in the top section. Front of the Tansu is highly decorative grains of Keyaki wood, and the side secondary wood is Cedar wood, with black lacquered on the Cedar wood frame. All the lock plates are decorated with Brass Turtle and iron Eagles inside the Brass Frame. There are some wear on wood and small pieces of Brass beaks are broken off-see pictures.