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Furoshiki, tenugui, towels, handkerchiefs ... Let yourself be seduced by our selection of Japanese household linen.
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Long been used in Asian countries, these pillows have the recommendation of many health professionals The ball or buckwheat, small and angular, offers a dense packing, static and not fleeing, able to ensure a stable and reliable maintenance for cervical.
The furin (風鈴), or Japanese chime. This word is composed of Japanese ideogram wind and bell. This is a traditional Japanese decorative object. It consists mostly of a small bell hanging on the door frame of a window, and chimes in the wind.
The maneki-neko (Japanese: 招き猫, literally "beckoning cat") is a common Japanese figurine (lucky charm, talisman) which is often believed to bring good luck to the owner. In modern times, they are usually made of ceramic or plastic. The figurine depicts a cat (traditionally a calico Japanese Bobtail) beckoning with an upright paw, and is usually displayed—often at the entrance—of shops, restaurants, pachinko parlors, and other businesses
A kenzan, also called spiky frog, is a specific device used in the Japanese art of flower arrangement ikebana for fixing the flowers in the container. It consists of a heavy lead plate with erected brass needles where the stipes are fixed. The name kenzan (剣山) literally means sword mountain. It was introduced by the Moribana style of ikebana. Another flower holder without spikes but only holes is called shippo and is used by the Saga Goryū school.
Ikebana, which we can literally translate as "living flowers", is the art of bouquets. Very popular with Japanese, it allows them to forget the world around them and achieve true inner harmony.
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The Wagasa are traditional Japanese parasols, made of "Washi" (Japanese Rice Paper), held in place by a bamboo frame.
They are a symbol of the traditional Japanese beauty. They can be used as parasols or umbrellas.
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Discover our selection of Japanese paper models and realize Nagoya Castle, Inari Shrine or Mount Fuji.
Ceramic ornaments, chopsticks and fans: find our selection of Japanese rabbit products, an emblematic figure of Japan.
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Discover a wide variety of stationery here: origami paper, pens and pencils, erasers ...
Find unique objects found in France and Japan. These Objects, mostly dating from the Meiji period or even earlier, are articles intended above all for lovers and collectors of Japanese antique objects.
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The Marquetry Hakone-Yosegi-Zaiku, typical of the Hakone region, was created at the end of the EDO period by a local craftsman, Nihei Ishikawa (1790-1850). The village of Hakone, located about a hundred kilometers east of Tokyo, in Kanagawa Prefecture, is particularly renowned for its Himitsu-Bako and its marquetry.
To offer or to decorate your home, choose from our selection of Japanese prints, kakemono and our more modern illustrations.
Incense, cushions, dharma bowls... You will find in this section all our articles for meditation or to create a zen atmosphere at home.
Hakone Yosegi Traditional Marquetry Secret Box, 4 steps
octagonal box in traditional Yosegi marquetry by Hakone KIKKOU
octagonal box in traditional Yosegi marquetry by Hakone KOYOSEGI
Hakone Yosegi Traditional Marquetry Secret Box, 21 steps