Starting at: $65.26
These are modern Geta with a flexible join close to their top. This unique design allows to enjoy the traditional wooden feeling of Japanese geta clogs whilst having the special comfort from the flexibly connected two pieces of wood. This very special geta sandal was developed in 2008 through a collaboration of MIZUTORI and DRILL DESIGN. These modern Geta sandals have been selected to become part of the "THE WONDER 500" project run by the Japanese Ministry of Economy. Products part of the "THE WONDER 500" selection are being promoted on various events outside of Japan.
Note that a geta sandal only approximately fits a shoe size as they leave some room for the feet.
|cm||21.5 - 23.0||23.5 - 25.0||25.5 - 27.0||27.5 0 - 28.5|
|USA men||3.5 - 5.0||5.5 - 7.0||7.5 - 9.0||9.5 - 10.5|
|USA women||5.5 - 7.0||7.5 - 9.0||9.5 - 10.5||11.0 - 12.5|
|UK||3.0 - 4.5||5.0 - 6.5||7.0 - 8.0||8.5 - 10.0|
|Europe||35.5 - 37.5||38 - 40||41 - 43||43.5 - 45.5|
Starting at: $90.36
The coloring of these chopsticks has been inspired by the striking costumes and makeup of Japanese KABUKI theater. It features a strong red and a dark black creating a beautiful contrast. The KABUKI chopsticks are delivered in a beautiful gift box.
The nicoichi chopsticks are also part of the "THE WONDER 500" project. It is a selection of Japanese products that are being promoted outside of Japan with the help of the Japanese Ministry of Economy.
The "JOIN" tea container has a very simple, modern design. The colored ring emphasises the natural beauty of the traditional cherry bark. The ring also allows to easily identify different teas if you have more than one at home. Coating the tea container with cherry bark also prevents air and humidity to enter the container always keeping the tea fresh. This cherry bar teabox has been selected to become of the "THE WONDER 500" products. It is a selection of products that are promoted by the Ministry of Economy on events outside of Japan.
Starting at: $110.44
The DEN tumbler glasses are coated with deep dark Japanese lacquer. Each glass is decorated with mother-of-pearl, giving it a strong accent. It is a great example for the combination of Japanese traditional craft with modern design.
The DEN tumber is part of the "THE WONDER 500" - a selection of great products from Japan made by the Japanese Ministry of Economic. These products are promoted on various exhibitions outside of Japan.
Starting at: $10.04
The specialty of the GIYAMAN series of Kaneko Kohyo Pottery is the shiny glaze of the porcelain that makes it look like glass. The word GIYAMAN was used at the beginning of the Edo period to describe glass, which came from overseas. The blue color is inspired by the traditional Japanese indigo dyeing craft. The deep blue makes a beautiful contrast to the white lines of the pattern that is shaped like a chrysanthemum, which is the flower of the imperial family.
The GIYAMAN BLUE plate is part of the "THE WONDER 500" collection of great products from Japan, that are promoted on overseas events by the Japanese Ministry of Economy.
Starting at: $120.48
This filigrane tea container is a wonderful combination of Japanese woodcraft and modern design. The rills on the surface of the tea container are handmade by highly skilled craftsmen, giving the object a very dynamic and elegant touch. The cherry birch not only feels great in one's hand, together with the tight cap it well protects the contents of the container from humidity and other factors. In Japan this box is mainly used to store green tea, But it also can be used to store coffee, herbs, spices or other food with a delicate flavor.
This tea container has been selected to be part of the "THE WONDER 500" collection. This collection has been made by the Ministry of Econoy of Japan in order to promoted great Japanese products overseas.
The KAGO Square (KAGO means basket in Japanese) is designed to be molded into different shapes. It is flat and can first be used as a table centerpiece. When required it can be shaped into a basket by just pulling the tin upwards with very little effort. It can be used as a basket for fruits, sweets, accessories, etc. It is hygienic and washable and therefore safe for serving food. Besides being very practical the Kago square is a beautiful object on its own.
KAGO Flexible Ware has been selected to be part of the "THE WONDER 500" project. These products are being promoted overseas in an initiative of the Japanese Ministry of Economy.