Egaodepot focuses on making one-of-a-kind, custom made painted artworks that will bring a smile to your face. They have more than 30 years of experience creating original paintings. We hope you enjoy their postcards and greeting cards.
Shirakawa daruma have been loved since the Edo period (1603–1868) in Shirakawa city, Fukushima. People believe that it's a lucky charm.
Our unique products combine cute Kewpie dolls with traditional Japanese tattoos. We have small key-ring size dolls through to large 64cm sized dolls. This has been our passion for the last 7 years. We hope you enjoy it.
Rie Sasaki born in Tokyo in 1974 and graduated with a degree in metalcraft from the University of Tohoku Art and Design, Japan. In 1998 she studied iron forging at the Steneby Skolan in Dålslonged, Sweden. Her work has been recognised many times at the Takaoka Craft Competition in Toyama, and the Tableware Festival in Tokyo.
Yosuke Kiso has lived in Yamagata prefecture since entering university. Kiso is intrigued by traditional hand-made Japanese paper, and uses local hand-made paper for his works.
Even though Studio Nohara is small, they are driven by pride in their craft, and joy in seeing customers happy with their work. Products are hand-made with pure silk (from recycled Kimono), and are designed for practicality as well as beauty. See their range of bags and corsage.
Ohbori Soma ware is a traditional craft from Fukushima, extending back 320 years. “Piece by Piece” is a restoration project, making new products from the fragments of Ohbori Soma ware broken at the time of the 2011 Japanese earthquake disaster. It’s a way to pay tribute to the cultural tradition, and to bring something positive out of the tragedy […]
Rakuzen products are beautiful examples of lacquerware that also incorporate the essence of modern design to make them practical for daily use.