1st Collection

Tea Set

On a bright summer day with the sunlight streaming in, enjoy a pleasant time gathering around your favorite sweets, fruits and cold drinks.

Living Collection

YURAGI Tumbler
TAMARI Plate S/L
KASANE Bamboo Basket

Senseware

Hydrangea – Water Vessel

YURAGI Tumbler

Saga Prefecture

Vidro glass tumbler from Hizen (Saga Prefecture). A handblown glass with uniqueness breathed into each piece results in a soft texture that is comfortable to the touch. The pattern created by its wave-like rolling shape is beautifully expressed when light passes through it.

TAMARI Plate S

Saga Prefecture

Small porcelain plate from Arita in Saga Prefecture. This collection of small plates consists of four colours glazed in beautiful hues. Designed in a size that is suitable to be handheld, they are used mainly as dessert plates and serving plates. Use them together with Plate L to create a well-coordinated and pleasant table setting.

Material: Porcelain
Color: White / Pale Blue / Grey / Gunjo Blue
Size: H32mm / φ270

Designed by: Shizuka Tatsuno
Made by: Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd. (Saga Prefecture)

TAMARI Plate L

Saga Prefecture

Large porcelain plate from Arita in Saga Prefecture. Its refreshing colours such as the signature pale blue glaze and clean contemporary shape fit all kinds of food from main dishes to desserts. Combined with the Bamboo basket in the same collection, it can be used as a plate with a lid or a plate on a stand and gives a decorative accent to your table setting.

Material: Porcelain
Color: White / Pale Blue / Grey / Gunjo Blue
Size: H32mm / φ270

Designed by: Shizuka Tatsuno
Made by: Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd. (Saga Prefecture)

KASANE Bamboo Basket

Kyoto Prefecture

Bamboo basketry from Kyoto. When used with Plate L, this basket functions as a lid or a stand for the large plate. Made of high-quality Japanese madake bamboo grown in Kyoto, the cleanliness of the material and the shadows cast by the delicately woven pattern of bamboo bring a fresh breeze to your table.

Material: Japanese Madake Bamboo
Size: H120mm / φ258

Designed by: Shizuka Tatsuno
Made by: Takemata Nakagawa Takezaiten (Kyoto Prefecture)

Soejima Glassware Co., Ltd.

Soejima Glassware Co., Ltd. is a manufacturer of “Hizen Vidro” established in 1903. “Hizen Vidro” is a glass craft that is designated as an important intangible cultural heritage of Saga City. As a successor of this technique which originated from a laboratory in the Saga domain at the end of the Edo period, this company excels in free-blown glass without using any mold and produces a wide range of glassware such as tableware for daily use and artworks.

Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd.

Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd. is a pottery founded in 1775 in Arita, the birthplace of porcelain making in Japan. During the Edo period, they produced large plates and large pots painted in “Sometsuke” style (blue and white painting). Subsequently, they started production of white porcelain and celadon from 1903. Now, under the theme of “Refreshing – Blueness – Inspiration”, they produce porcelain of refreshing colors, making full use of their glazes such as white, pale blue or crystal glaze.

Takemata Nakagawa Takezaiten

Takemata Nakagawa Takezaiten is a supplier of bamboo founded in 1688. They offer various services related to the bamboo materials, from primary processing of “Kyo-meichiku” (Kyoto bamboo), which is used for buildings in Kyoto or crafts such as Japanese tea ceremony utensils, to construction of bamboo fences in Japanese garden and temples. The company is able to handle all the processes for these works in-house and produces bamboo ware that is suitable for a contemporary lifestyle.

1st Collection

Tea Set

On a bright summer day with the sunlight streaming in, enjoy a pleasant time gathering around your favorite sweets, fruits and cold drinks.

Living Collection

YURAGI Tumbler TAMARI Plate S/L KASANE Bamboo Basket

Senseware

Hydrangea - Water Vessel

YURAGI Tumbler

Saga Prefecture

Vidro glass tumbler from Hizen (Saga Prefecture). A handblown glass with uniqueness breathed into each piece results in a soft texture that is comfortable to the touch. The pattern created by its wave-like rolling shape is beautifully expressed when light passes through it.

TAMARI Plate S

Saga Prefecture

Small porcelain plate from Arita in Saga Prefecture. This collection of small plates consists of four colours glazed in beautiful hues. Designed in a size that is suitable to be handheld, they are used mainly as dessert plates and serving plates. Use them together with Plate L to create a well-coordinated and pleasant table setting.

Material: Porcelain Color: White / Pale Blue / Grey / Gunjo Blue Size: H32mm / φ270

Designed by: Shizuka Tatsuno Made by: Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd. (Saga Prefecture)

TAMARI Plate L

Saga Prefecture

Large porcelain plate from Arita in Saga Prefecture. Its refreshing colours such as the signature pale blue glaze and clean contemporary shape fit all kinds of food from main dishes to desserts. Combined with the Bamboo basket in the same collection, it can be used as a plate with a lid or a plate on a stand and gives a decorative accent to your table setting.

Material: Porcelain Color: White / Pale Blue / Grey / Gunjo Blue Size: H32mm / φ270

Designed by: Shizuka Tatsuno Made by: Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd. (Saga Prefecture)

KASANE Bamboo Basket

Kyoto Prefecture

Bamboo basketry from Kyoto. When used with Plate L, this basket functions as a lid or a stand for the large plate. Made of high-quality Japanese madake bamboo grown in Kyoto, the cleanliness of the material and the shadows cast by the delicately woven pattern of bamboo bring a fresh breeze to your table.

Material: Japanese Madake Bamboo Size: H120mm / φ258

Designed by: Shizuka Tatsuno Made by: Takemata Nakagawa Takezaiten (Kyoto Prefecture)

Soejima Glassware Co., Ltd.

Soejima Glassware Co., Ltd. is a manufacturer of “Hizen Vidro” established in 1903. “Hizen Vidro” is a glass craft that is designated as an important intangible cultural heritage of Saga City. As a successor of this technique which originated from a laboratory in the Saga domain at the end of the Edo period, this company excels in free-blown glass without using any mold and produces a wide range of glassware such as tableware for daily use and artworks.

Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd.

Fujimaki Ceramics Co., Ltd. is a pottery founded in 1775 in Arita, the birthplace of porcelain making in Japan. During the Edo period, they produced large plates and large pots painted in “Sometsuke” style (blue and white painting). Subsequently, they started production of white porcelain and celadon from 1903. Now, under the theme of “Refreshing - Blueness - Inspiration”, they produce porcelain of refreshing colors, making full use of their glazes such as white, pale blue or crystal glaze.

Takemata Nakagawa Takezaiten

Takemata Nakagawa Takezaiten is a supplier of bamboo founded in 1688. They offer various services related to the bamboo materials, from primary processing of “Kyo-meichiku” (Kyoto bamboo), which is used for buildings in Kyoto or crafts such as Japanese tea ceremony utensils, to construction of bamboo fences in Japanese garden and temples. The company is able to handle all the processes for these works in-house and produces bamboo ware that is suitable for a contemporary lifestyle.