This smartphone strap combines the traditional techniques of Kyoto kumihimo and Bishu kasuri dyeing.
Kaga Kukusa, a mug made of Japanese zelkova wood with a beautiful vertical grain, crafted using the traditional Yamanaka-nuri lacquerware technique, which has a 400-year history.
The modern lacquerware TO:DAY is a lacquerware with an innovative contemporary art-style design expressed in the traditional craft of Aizu lacquerware, the lacquer craft of Fukushima.
The paper fan "Tsurukame Uchiwa" is a made-in-Japan product featuring cranes (tsuru) and tortoises (kame), representative of Japanese good luck charms, and is individually made by artisans of three traditional Japanese crafts.
The Onigawara Tissue Case, designed to take tissues out of an oni's nose, is proposed by an Onigawara manufacturer that has been in business for more than 100 years.
TRANSMOTIF: Silver accessories that transform into two completely different shapes depending on the direction you see through an optical illusion.
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