The clippers are made of steel, and feature a shatterproof cover. Sharper and more attractive than standard drugstore clippers, this piece has a distinctive feature and the plastic case catches clippings, preventing them from scattering. The clippers also include a built-in file, making this a one-stop accessory for quick nail maintenance.
Country of Design: Japan
Year of Design: 1987Dimension: 2" L
Designed by Masanori Oji and made by Futagami, Japan. Brass bottle openers with a presence. Easy-to-use, beautiful functional objects.WAKU" means "frame" in Japanese. It's a bottle opener with a simple frame shape. The outer surface is hairline-finished while it has a crude casting surface inside.Founded in 1897, FUTAGAMI has a long history of making brass artifacts used in the Buddhist traditions. Brass products gradually change their colour over the course of many years dues to oxidation. The longer they are used, the richer they become.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Masanori Oji Material: Brass Dimensions: 5.5"L
Carrie LED lamp is not only beautiful but also highly functional: due to the rechargeable LED light, it can be used as a bedside lamp as well as a portable source of illumination for summer houses, picnics and evening walks on the beach. The dimmable, lantern-like lamp is perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere.
Country of Design: Denmark Design Award: Best if Modern Design 2016
Designer: Norm Architects Size: 5.3" D x 9.6" H Material: Powder Coated Steel, Opal Glass
In celebration of the modern master of minimalistic form and design, Japan’s Riki Watanabe’s 1970’s Chiisana Tokei (small clock) design is reissued by the Lemnos clock label to commemorate Watanabe’s 100th birth anniversary. The personal size of the Lemnos Chiisana Tokei clock is stylishly simple and would be ideal as an office or living room.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Riki Watanabe Dimensions: 4.8"D x 2.8"W Material: Pure Copper, ABS Resin, Glass
The Menu Wire Bowl was mainly made for fruits, but it can be used for everything: apples, oranges and magazines or wool balls can be stored in here. This practical bowl has a clear design, so that it fits in every home without any problems. The design, which looks like a cable was lied around an invisible bowl.
Country of Design: Denmark
Designer: Norm Architects Size: 9.8" D x 3.9" H Material: Copper, Steel
Hasami Porcelain is a collection of pieces that strive to mix and match in function. Made to be stacked, their pieces are stored and carried easily. The materials are unique- made of a mixture of porcelain substance and clay, at a specific ratio that creates a texture that is firmer and sharper than earthenware, yet comfortable to the touch of the hands and lips. Each piece is kiln-fired without glaze, leaving the surface feeling similar to terracotta. Use the bowls and plates as is, or pair them together to form a handsome covered bowl. The larger pieces may also be used as serving trays/dishes or as fruit bowls.
Microwave and dishwasher safe.
Country of Design: Japan Dimensions: 7.1/3"D x 2.7/8"H
Material: Porcelain Substance and Clay
GOLDA Hiba Sphere Soap is our morning combination of Coconut,Palm and Olive Oils to help you rise and shine. With hydrating and conditioning properties from Jojoba, Avocado, Lemongrass, and Aomori Hiba essential oil, only found in 300 year old Aomori Hiba trees from Aomori, Japan. Our soap has a unique citrusy, cider-like fragrance that is purifying, uplifting, and stimulating. Studies have shown the Hinokitiol, found only in Aomori Hiba Oil, to have anitmicrobial, germicidal, insect repellent, and deodorizing properties. These properties make Aomori Hiba Trees unique to other Hiba trees grown in other parts of the world.
This wooden bath bucket is made of Japanese Hinoki cypress. Hinoki is a native species of trees and can only be grown in Japan. Often referred to as Japanese cedar, the wood has a natural lemon-scented aroma. Hinoki is naturally resistant to mold, making the wood very suitable for wet environments such as the bathroom. The wooden bath bowl’s design and copper ring construction is very traditional for Japan. This type of bath bowl can be seen in Onsen hot springs all around Japan.
*Please note, every Cypress Bucket is unique in the finish, and may vary in color stain.
Country of Design:Japan Size: 4.5"H x 8.75"W Material: Hinoki Cypress
Since early 17th century, Imari (Arita-yaki) porcelain has been shipped to the western world. Kihara, a locality trading company of the porcelain, is innovating traditional porcelain of 400 years to modern designs.
Country of Design: Japan Material: Porcelain Dimensions: 4.25"D
Nobuho Miya was born in Morioka, Japan in 1952, he’s a master forger of nambu tetsu, or traditional cast iron, and is the head of a third-generation “Kamasada” ironware workshop founded in the Meiji era. The completion of a Masters course in iron casting at the prestigious Tokyo National University of Fine Arts led him onto restoring and reproducing the ornamental tops of the posts of Konjiki-do, Chuson-ji Temple. His works have now been exhibited worldwide including in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2003.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Nobuho Miya Material: Cast Iron Dimensions: 6 1/4" x 3/4"
This traditional Japanese scrubbing brush is hard, durable and waterproof making it the perfect tool for cleaning pots and pans, sinks, bathtubs and even shoes. In Japanese, Kamenoko means turtle and Tawashi means scrubber. The name is in reference to its shape and its connection to water and longevity. Made from palm fiber this scrub brush should not be used for delicate items or teflon-coated pans.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Seizaemon Nishio Dimensions: 3.25"W x 2"L x 4.5"H Material: Palm Fiber
Nobuho was born in Morioka, Japan in 1952, he’s a master forger of nambu tetsu, or traditional cast iron, and is the head of a third-generation “Kamasada” ironware workshop founded in the Meiji era. The completion of a Masters course in iron casting at the prestigious Tokyo National University of Fine Arts led him onto restoring and reproducing the ornamental tops of the posts of Konjiki-do, Chuson-ji Temple. His works have now been exhibited worldwide including in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2003.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Nobuho Miya Material: Cast Iron, Wood Dimensions: 7" H
Established in 1961 in central Japan, Sugahara Glassworks produces handblown glass and exports in limited quantities. The simple shapes and vibrant colors of the vases are inspired by nature, and its diminutive size is a wonderful reminder that a well-designed object can be large or small.
Country of Design: Japan Designer: Sugahara Glass Material: Glass Size: Riverstone: 1.57"H x 2"W
Elegant and modern, with a crisp Scandinavian look that is a signature of Menu, it can be proudly displayed alongside houseplants rather than stored away after use. The drip-free design and comfortable-to-hold curved handle makes this watering can a delight to use.
Country of Design: Denmark
Designer: Anderssen & Voli Size: 7.1"W x 16.9"L x 8.5"H Material: Stainless Steel