Sake drinking is a Japanese tradition that Americans are showing a growing appreciation for. A variation on the classic Japanese masu (cedar box-shaped sake cup), these solid cedar sake cups impart a delicate aroma to sake served cold and intended to be downed in a single refreshing shot.
Country of Design: Japan Dimensions: 2"H x 1.5"D
Material: Wood (Cedar)
Alwych notebooks are made in Scotland, unchanged since the 1930s, possibly earlier, and kept in production by the wonderful Wishaw Printing Company. Light cream opaque pages with green lines and blue edges, section-sewn and housed in an ‘all weather’ cover. Recommended in the UK by: police, tanker and delivery drivers, walkers, gardeners, mountaineers, golfers, archaeologists and explorers (durable Alwych books are a standard feature of past British Antarctic expeditions).
Country of Design:Scotland
Material:Soft Black Cover
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
A tool box made with solid steel construction and coated in a distinctive thick blue enamel. This particular sized box has a multitude of uses; small tools, stationary, make up, first aid, and craft. Founded in Tennoji-ku, Osaka in 1959 as a company producing artisan tools.
Country of Design: Japan Dimensions: Medium 8" x 4" x 2" Material: Steel, Enamel