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Japanese Gold Long Kimono RobeRegular price $99.99 USD Save $-99.99 USD
Transform your daily life with this cotton-satin kimono robe. The classic cherry blossoms are dressed in opulent Japanese gold and decorated with peonies and Edo beauties from traditional woodblock prints. A sensational kimono robe that is designed to impress!
Crafted in Kyoto, wear this unique loungewear kimono robe very comfortably at home or layered as an addition to your everyday wardrobe. Made with luxuriously soft cotton-satin with impeccable Japanese craftsmanship, this full-length women’s robe with matching belt is perfect both as a valued gift or a sumptuous everyday treasure just for you.
Yuri Floral Summer YukataRegular price $69.99 USD Save $-69.99 USD
This Kyoto-designed women’s yukata showcases the splendour of Japanese lilies (yuri). For centuries, lilies have long been cultivated for their exceptional beauty. In fact, the earliest record of the use of floral motif in Japanese interior design were of lilies. These poignant flowers can also be admired in spiritual Shinto ceremonies.
If you thought Japanese yukata kimono were difficult to wear, you don’t need to worry any more! This black floral yukata is perfect for beginners and doesn’t require extensive knowledge to enjoy. Premium breathable cotton is lightweight and very comfortable. You can also easily wash and iron your yukata at home, unlike more formal silk kimono. Accessorize with an obi belt, or change it up with a simple sash or a waist belt.
Arita Furoshiki Wrapping ClothRegular price $49.99 USD Save $-49.99 USD
Thirteen plates of authentic Aritaware ceramics decorate a field of navy, as if welcoming guests to a dinner party. At the center is a serving plate whose octagonal shape is a sharp contrast to the round dishes. This uniqe design recreates the warmth of hosting dinner parties and casual get-togethers.
Use your furoshiki as a handbag, tablecloth, gift wrapping, wall decoration, baby blanket, or wine bottle case with just a couple of simple knots! The thoughtful Japanese design of eco-friendly furoshiki will improve your lifestyle choices.
Our exquisitely hand printed 100% cotton furoshiki feature classic Japanese artworks and elegant traditional motifs. Create your own gorgeous art handbag by tying your furoshiki bag with our selection of handles! Our Japanese fabrics are both lightweight and durable, making ideal grocery bags for your weekly shop.
There are no limits to the ways you can incorporate furoshiki into your life. Why not upgrade a present with Japanese gift wrapping, or throw it over your shoulders as a shawl for a chilly day? And if the weather’s warm have an impromptu picnic on a beautiful furoshiki blanket.
With these large furoshiki cloths, you can wrap and carry anything - your yoga mat or gym clothes, books or laptop – and reuse them again and again. However you choose to use it, your furoshiki will be an stylish and eco-friendly addition to your everyday life.
Seigaiha Blue Ojami Zabuton CushionRegular price $149.99 USD Save $-149.99 USD
Balance your body with serenity and wellness with this one-of-a-kind Ojami Zabuton Cushion from Kyoto’s finest zabuton maker, Takaokaya, founded in 1919.
Inspired by the ancient Japanese beanbag toy, named ojami in Kyoto dialect, this ergonomic zabuton cushion is a treasure of centuries-old Japanese craftsmanship and tradition.
Employing expertise passed down through the generations, each Ojami Zabuton Cushion is handcrafted by master artisans to ensure every step contributes to impeccable comfort and firmness.
The handmade premium padding is carefully layered to offer the benefits of ergonomic seating with posture support and correction. No two cushions are ever alike thanks to the multi-step process of textile dyeing that creates subtle differences along the fabric grain.
This unique geometric design features the classic Seigaiha pattern created by overlapping circles, to represent the seas that surround the Japanese islands.
It is an iconic Japanese symbol for good luck and peaceful living.