Made in Japan.
The rosette is inlaid the spruce top, the bottom, the sides and rosewood fingerboard.
This instrument is very enjoyable to play, good accuracy. I just blame him no marks (like most classical guitars for that matter), which earned him some colored stickers pasted along the shaft at 5, 7 and 9th cases ...
As on many nylon guitars, the sound depends on the drawing, the age of the string and play everyone. The projection is good and records are balanced (after a few days wear new ropes with serious sound very loud at first).
I use this guitar for thirty years after playing heavier Spanish, less fair and much higher action. I played folk Latin (strumming, picking), classical and have dragged many times on the beach for the evening camp fire. In 30 years, not a fault of violin has shown (the table is perfectly flat) I just had to change the mechanical this year.
I forgot to purchase price of this guitar but remember that this was still a budget for the student that I was broke at the time. I think it was part of the media range. I had made the change because the previous model was a lack of accuracy.
In short, in 30 years it has not moved (even if the soundboard is a bit dark - it was very clear at the time) and faithful companion, always makes me invaluable services. It was a good investment and I would do probably the same choice today.