Since their inception in 1909, artisans at Taniguchi in Kyoto have been crafting Japanese traditional confectioneries like this sweet and delicate wasanbon. Crafted from sugarcane specially made for wasanbon production, these sweets have a melt-in-your-mouth texture and a unique, gentle sweetness.
Crafted by Maeda Senko, a 60-year-old company in Kyoto known for its exquisite craftsmanship, this furoshiki captures the beauty of June in Japan with its design of rain and hydrangeas. Made from 100% cotton, this versatile furoshiki can be used for wrapping and carrying items or as a decorative tapestry for your wall.
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This soda-lime glass vase from Toyo-Sasaki Glass is a beautiful and versatile addition to any home. Handmade by skilled artisans, each vase is unique and showcases the company's exceptional craftsmanship, which has been crafting high-quality glassware since 1878 in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
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Experience the rich history of Japan's oldest pottery style, Mino ware, with this exquisite tableware set from Bloom. Handcrafted using traditional techniques, each piece is unique and showcases the timeless beauty of this ancient art form. The set includes two Mino ware cups adorned with blue and purple hydrangeas, perfect for adding a touch of traditional Japan to your tea or coffee break.
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