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The traditional Japanese teapot is called “Kyusu” (急須), it is from China but sophisticated in Japan for ages. Kyusu teapot is mostly made of clay and comes from Tokoname area.
Your relaxing moments will take a new meaning with these beautiful japanese teapots
Japanese tea cups can be two different types: “Yunomi” (daily tea drinking) and “Chawan” (preparing and drink the tea).
Japanese like to mix the shapes, the sizes or the textures of the plates in order to create sophisticated tables for their guests. You will be able to create your own tables as you wish to please your family or your friends.
Chopsticks are called 'Hashi' or 'Otemoto' in Japan. They are traditionally in lacquered wood but disposable wood version and plastic ones are also available.
It is common for a couple to have the same model of chopsticks with the woman's one a bit shorter.
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Discover our Bento boxes: ranging from the most traditional to the most kawaii, this varied assortment will please many people with different tastes.
Fall for these adorable Bento boxes which will give you a craving for Japanese food
With our different incense holders and aroma burners, you will be able to spend a pleasant moment of relaxation.
In Japan, since the Sengoku period (1467-1603) the Kodo (香 道), which is the art of appreciating fragrances, is being diffused: 香 "ko" means smells 道 "do" means path. The Kodo thus shows us the way to a good use of scents.
Embellish your interior serenity
The Tanuki (タヌキ or 狸) is one of the yōkai, spirits of the forest in the Japanese mythology. Tanuki are inspired by Japanese racoon dogs (Tanuki in Japanese) which look like a racoon or a badger. The animal has been significant in Japanese folklore since ancient times.
Be tempted by a Japanese mythical creature
Protect yourself from the sorrows with these adorable companion
The chopsticks holder are very popular in Japan. Ceramic, wood or sculpted, they can also be use as knifes holder. During a meal it is common to have the same for everyone at the table. Thesebeautifully decorated chopsticks holder will allow you to have a meal like real Japanese.
Share a delicious Japanese meal
It is hard to think about a tradtional Japanese meal without beautiful bowls. Japanese have been eating rice or other meals with these delicate dishes. This is why in Japan, you can find an infinity of bowls.
Be bowled over by these Japanese bowls
Noren, 暖簾 in Japanese kanji, were traditionally used at the entrance of Japanese shops, informing the type of establishment, its logo and its name.
Today they are still used to conceal an entrance (for example hiding people inside a pub), to create a partition in a room, disposed as curtains, installed in front of shelves or simply used asbeautiful and original Japanese wall decor.
The perfect final touch for your Japanese interior
Kokeshi are wooden dolls from northern Japan in the region including the present Sendai and Miyagi prefectures.
These pretty statues appeared during Edo period (1600-1868).
They were originally sold as souvenirs to visitors of onsen (hot springs) in the area. Since several years they are very popular overseas and now they are used to decorate rooms, both in Japan and abroad.
A Manekineko, also called 'lucky cat' or 'good fortune cat' in Western countries, is a bobtail statue traditionnaly made in ceramic in Japan.
You can meet them very often in restaurants and shops and also in Japanese homes as a welcoming decoration.
Daruma dolls are lucky charms in papier-mache which are usually sold in Buddhist temples.
The Samurai are Japanese warriors who led the country during 700 years. However it was difficult to become a Samurai because the training started from the childhood. These warriors mastered almost every martial arts, the swords, wrestling, horse riding and archery. They had morals to respect and a code of honor very important written in the “Bushido” (the way of the warrior).
Check out our selection of Japanese stationery, very Kawaii. It is known worldwide for colors, designs and manga inspired figurines. It includes a wide variety of items like beautiful gums in the shape of animals, stationery sets, origami paper, stickers ...
These cute statues representative of Japan animals and guardians are traditionally made of ceramic by Japanese craftsmen.
Like the Maneki Neko and Tanuki, they bring a cheerful touch to Japanese homes and warmly welcome visitors. No doubt they will also find a comfortable place in your home!