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Accessories

Glück und Gute - Plain silk & cotton socks

Apparel and Shoes

Aya Ogawa - Shinogi Mug Antique White

Aya Ogawa

Tokyo-based potter Aya Ogawa is specialised in making ichirin-sashi, which is a traditional type of vases that Japanese use to decorate dainty dried flower.

Her creation has a focus on life story of connecting people, nature and ceramics. She combines various colours and textures, which she thinks the resemblance to team work. her creations imply the harmony of individual characteristics. She hopes that her pottery brings the audience a daily joy of living.

Makoto Saito - Round Bowls

Bowls

Chie Kobayashi - Giza Giza Plates For Teawares (LAST ONE)

Chie Kobayashi

Chie Kobayashi is specialised in making pottery Chinese tea wares. She has been fascinating by white clay for 25 years. Through years of developments, all of her creations are based on the theme of nature, such as flowers, cloud, wind, etc. Matt white glaze is the signature feature of her works, which naturally reflects the expression of pureness and minimalism. Her imagination collaborates with her hand skills to creation a sense of elegance and delicacy.

Biography

  • Born in Kanagawa Prefecture in 1974

  • Completed an art degree in Musashino Art University in Tokyo in 1996

  • Selected to exhibit in 5th International Pottery Fair in Austria in 2007 and 2008

  • Exhibited in 9th International Pottery Fair in Portugal in 2009

  • Awarded TALENT AWARD of the 6th NASSAUISCHEN SPARKASSE in Germany in 2010

Satomi Ito - Square Milk Jug

Coffee Wares

Yuta Craft - Tongs

Cutleries

Fashion

Floresta Fabrica - Tamaashi Glasses

Floresta Fabrica

Aya Ogawa - Cat's Tail Vases

Flower Vases

FUA Accessory - Hajimari-no-Toki Pierced Earring Ivory

FUA Accessory

Handmade accessory brand FUA Accessory was established in Fukuoka Prefecture in 2010 by Kumiko Kimura, the designer artist and the representative behind the brand. She sublimated knitting into jewellery making by wrapping her products in a nostalgic atmosphere with delicate golden threads and beads. 

The concept of brand is surrounded by the keyword "time" - which includes "Past", "Present" and "Future". Kumiko Kimura creates accessories by crocheting. She wishes that her handcrafted accessories can be passed down from mothers to their daughters and granddaughters. As she believes that time records and shares memories among people. Each piece of FUA accessory is like a collected miracle and a piece of memory. From passing down the accessory, it indicates the sharing of a series of memories and represents a strong bond.

All the quality materials are sourced by the artist. The main materials of each series include freshwater pearls, golden and silver threads used for sewing Japanese kimonos, various types of glass beads and natural stones. By repeating the stitching process while knitting each piece of accessory, it implies the accumulation of time and memories. The artist hopes that FUA accessories will bring you joy and memorable moments every day.

Gift Card

Gift Card

Glück und Gute - Double-layered silk & wool socks

Glück und Gute

"Glück" means happiness and "Gute" means nice quality in German. Our concept is to use natural and organic materials to make gentle products that make everyone feel happy and to live a quality life. Our products have a soft touch feeling that brings you an ultimate comfort every day. We hope our products will deliver you a healthy life by protecting your feet and become the must-have items in your wardrobe.


by Chisato Hemuki

Hemskor - Wool felted slippers Natural White

Hemskor

"Hemskor" is a Swedish term, where "hem" means home and "skor" refers to shoes. And so, "Hemskor" indicates indoor shoes or slippers. When you visit an onsen ryokan in Japan, offering a pair of quality indoor shoes for guests is a traditional "omotenashi" hospitality.

This Japanese artisanal indoor shoe brand is based in Yamanashi, Japan. The founder Hidenori Hemuki aims to hand make indoor shoes using quality and sustainable materials. With his original designs and techniques, he has achieved the mission of making the most user-friendly indoor shoes with ultimate comfort.

Mio Suzuki - Polar Bear Wooden Object (Sitting)

Home decor

Kaname Takeguchi - Soup Mug & Saucer

Kaname Takeguchi

Between 1992 - 1994, Kaname Takeguchi completed his study of base firing, glaze and wheeling at Industrial Research Centre of Shiga Prefecture.

From 1994, he had been apprenticed to ceramic master Kennin Kishimoto for 4 years.

In 1998, he started working at Lakobo ceramic studio in Kyoto. 

In 2004, he has decided to build his own atelier and kiln and started his journey as an individual ceramic artist in Shiga Prefecture.

 

Katsufumi Baba

Katsufumi Baba

"Simplicity is the ultimate beauty" is the theory of Japanese ceramic artist Katsufumi Baba (馬場勝文) when talking about design of his works.

Minimalism and practicality are the design perspectives of Baba-san's works. He wishes that every user of his works will love the versatile designs and user-friendly features that he is particular about. His designs are inspired by the surrounding mother of nature in Kurume in Japan - this is where he is based in. He and his wife enjoy their quiet life with their 4 cats and a dog, who play an important role to assist him in his creations. He mentioned that this kind of lifestyle motivates and encourages him to keep creating every day.

Kazuhito Azuma - Turquoise Round Bowl

Kazuhito Azuma

The jewel-like turquoise blue colour is the iconic feature of Kazuhito Azuma's creations. He aims to make a modern twist of this antique style with his background of studying ceramic making in Kyoto. His works reflect a harmony of merging Kyoto traditional ceramic techniques with his idea of modern shapes with clean lines.
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