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Bring our exceptional “future traditional craftworks” to fans of Japanese culture around the world.
A select shop that carries traditional Japanese crafts and accessories with a modern twist.
Hand-spun linen in a new, modern style.
Style and quality in the form of lacquer. Crafted in the same, traditional method used 400 years ago.
Embroidery fusing Kyoto traditional with Tokyo modern.
"Nure-Egaki Yuzen" dyed T-shirts with the patterns painted while the fabric is wet.
Handmade silver accessories and ornaments from Kyoto that increase their charm with use.
Feel the cool breeze that has its origin in the one thousand years of Kyoto history with Kyo Uchiwa Fans.
Traditional shop in Kyoto carrying an extensive lineup of Kyo Sensu Fans.
Needles and sewing tools created by master craftsmen using the same closely guarded techniques that have been employed since the Edo era.
Hana Karuta is a traditional Japanese card game.
Ogura Hyakunin Isshu is an anthology of superb poems from one hundred poets, originally created at the Ogura Sanso villa.
Each Banshuu abacus is carefully made from natural wood by master craftsmen.
New style of Arita ware pursuing the potential of 21st century porcelain.
"Light. Washable. No Wrinkles.
Our new Tango Crepe is durable and convenient."
Simplicity and texture of earth. Ceramics prized for the tea ceremony.
Traditional shop of Kyoto Sensu Fans selling various fans from dance and summer fans to traditional cypress and decorative fans.
Kyoto braids are artworks with the strands producing beautiful patterns. There are approximately 40 basic braid varieties based on color use and pattern, and the total number of designs and variations exceeds 3,000.
Baskets and containers are made by carefully bending and weaving bamboo in a variety of patterns.
Kinran collars and leashes are made in Kyoto from Nishijin weave, the highest quality pure silk.
A collaboration between the fantastic optical art of the kaleidoscope and 400-year tradition of Arita-Yaki.
Please enjoy the superb comfort of Kyoto cushions made by master craftsmen.
A collaboration between the 400-year tradition of Arita-Yaki and The Sailor Pen Co., Ltd.
Japanese architectural technique that brings in light and lets wind pass through. It has the charm of delicate and detailed woodwork.
Makeup brushes created with care using traditional techniques. Mizuho's brushes are preferred by highly regarded professional makeup artists around the world.
Commemorative brush made from your baby's first haircut.
Carved bamboo works made with ancient techniques that make use of the beauty and strength of bambooo.
A tiny doll pops out the top of this fun brush when you pick it up.
If you keep using Kagawa lacquerware, their character will deepen with the passing of time and the color tone unique to Kagawa lacquerware will become more and more apparent.
Cool and beautiful, these fans are superb whether held in the hand or used as decoration.
Masu containers that let you feel the warmth of wood and the sweet scent of cypress, with the simple shape that has a 1,300-year tradition.
Cool in summer, warm in winter. Pleasant feel with excellent breathability and moisture absorption. Durable fabric can be used for many years.
Lanterns created using a traditional technique passed down from father to only one son. All stages of production, including some secret ones, are performed by a single craftsman.
The "Chasen" is a utensil for whisking tea. These beautiful utensils are finely carved with some parts being even thinner than a piece of paper, and will entrance viewers as a work of art.
New fabric panels using the traditional Japanese pattern design "Kotengara" ("classic patterns").
Traditional Japanese sandals made with exquisite care from the finest quality paulownia wood.
Unique Japanese dyeing method using the know-how and techniques passed down from generation to generation.
Wooden mold used in making Japanese sweets. It is also popular today as an ornament for its simple beauty.
Edo Komon has its roots in the traditional samurai garb. Take a close look and you will find a breathtaking delicate pattern.
Glass craftwork that lets you enjoy various expressions of light and the changing of the seasons.
New form of traditional arts and crafts that fit the modern lifestyle.
The "Daruma" is a symbol of good fortune. When you have a wish you want to come true, paint in one of the eyes. If the wish is granted, paint in the other eye.
Creating stylish Japanese accessories with "Komon" and "Sarasa" patterns with a high perspective on Kyo Yuzen.
Calligraphy brushes carefully created by expert craftsmen.
Cutlery of Sakai, Japan, made with special care by expert craftsmen.
Bamboo ware crafted without losing the intrinsic delicate beauty of bamboo.
Over one hundred years of tradition. Patronized brand of the head families of the tea ceremony, the Omotesenke and Urasenke.
Brushes with traditional craftsmanship that is ideal not only for drawing lines but also for writing like a pen.
"Kyo-Yaki" or "Kiyomizu-Yaki" is a traditional craftwork of Kyoto that has a 1,200-year history.
Incense that lets you enjoy Japanese scents in various ways.
"Magewappa" is a traditional craft that is made from natural and straight cedar trees of Akita prefecture. Food tastes much better with these containers.
From Kyoto to the world. Japanese interior goods for western-style rooms.
Developed in Kyoto where there are many temples, these mysterious Japanese candles have a stable flame.
The ionization effects of the tin container makes alcohol taste smooth.
Stylish knives incorporating industrial design, created using the tradition of "Echizen Uchihamono."
Woodblock print shop in Kyoto inheriting ancient printing techniques.
Functional and comfortable Japanese eyeglass frames made with the high skills of Sabae, one of the three top eyeglass producing regions of the world.
Echizen lacquerware has been preferred for over 1,500 years as a high quality lacquerware with a solid and elegant lacquer.
Authentic Sakai knives that professional chefs and cooking artists worldwide have put their trust in for their own personal use.
7th Fl. Yagiharukyutaro bldg.,
5-12, Kyutaromachi 2 chome,
Chuo-ku, Osaka 541-0056,