Trivet handmade with natural twisted rope in Japan.
Wooden chopsticks by the Japanese company Tougei Co.
Wooden chopsticks with sculpted pattern by the Japanese company Tougei Co. Sober and sophisticated, take this opportunity to get your own pair!
These fawn fork and duck spoon are in maple wood. Each one in hand carved and hand finished.The round and soft design will brighten the little one's mealtimes !
Glass carafe with filter by Tashihiro Aya for the Japanese maker Kinto. The most notable feature is that you can pour out from any direction just by tipping the carafe and without turning the lid. A simple and convenient use!
Antislip rectangular tray by Kinto. The series of plywood trays a has non-slip coating on the surface to prevent from slipping.
"Clover" cast iron bottle opener by Japanese designer Rina Ono, crafted in Yamagata, Japan, a city well-known for the production of iron teapots.
Professional kitchen scissors by Merchant & Mills. In built nut cracker and bottle opener!
Lucky Iron Fish™ is a cast iron cooking tool that adds iron to your diet and helps prevent iron deficiency and anemia.
Slim tray by Japanese maker Kinto. The series of plywood trays has a non-slip coating on the surface to prevent from slipping.
Antislip rectangular tray - M by Kinto. The series of plywood trays a has non-slip coating on the surface to prevent from slipping.
The Slow Coffee Style dripper by the Japanese maker Kinto is designed to blend into our interior and to integrate our lifestyle. It brings you the rich taste of a fresh coffee that requires a break in a relax space.
Large glass case by Japanese maker Kinto. Available in 3 heights, but with standard diameters —which means they can be stacked and stored easily.
Medium glass case by Japanese maker Kinto. Available in 3 heights, but with standard diameters —which means they can be stacked and stored easily.
Low glass case by Japanese maker Kinto useful to organize and display small articles.
This folding knife has a very simple look with a handle made of a folded brass plate and a blade forged in the pure tradition called "San maï" (literally 3 layers, the same technique used for kitchen knives and katanas).
"Morinoki" cheese knife by the Japanese maker Shizu Hamono based in Seki, one of the most famous city for making blades for over 750 years.
Wooden spatula by the Japanese company Tougei Co. A sober design, simply ergonomic, ideal to serve rice and any other dishes like gratins and puddings.