Made from a mixture of clay minerals, the Hasami Teapot has an earthy, coarse texture that is that is both rough and refined. Designed for the artful home, this teapot serves up your favorite brews with a rustic sensibility.
About Hasami Porcelain
Hasami Porcelain is molded by hand and rendered with an organic, almost primitive texture. The collection is modular by design; mugs, plates, and bowls all share the same diameter, allowing for easy stacking for storage or display. Inspiration for its stacking mechanism comes from tiered boxes used in Japanese cuisine, now repurposed for modern living. Hasami Porcelain pieces are hand-made in Hasami, Nagasaki, where ceramics have been the main craft industry for the past 400 years.
Please note: because of the handmade nature of Hasami pieces, some pieces may experience slight variations in glaze and colors. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Dimensions: Height: 4" Diameter: 6"
Care: Dishwasher and microwave safe. Not stovetop safe.
Japanese philosophers once viewed the world as having five unique elements: air, earth, fire, sky and water. These elements are commonly used throughout Buddhist architecture and now have inspired this line of pure soy candles. From spicy to refreshing, each scent provides a vivid illustration of each symbolic element. Each candle is hand-poured from sustainable soy wax locally in the United States, and includes a Zen poem packaged within a beautiful handcrafted box.
Air: A fresh, citrus-esque combination of eucalyptus, yuzu rind (Japanese grapefruit), and ginger.
Earth: A warm mix of cedar, jasmine, and fig notes.
Fire: A slightly spicy combination of ginger, rose, and quince.
Sky: A simple floral aroma of jasmine, acacia, fresh grass
Water: A refreshing combination of cucumber, watercress, mint
Materials:Soy Wax, Essential Oils
Dimensions: Height: 3½" Diameter: 3¾"
Burning time: 60 hours
Made in the USA
A clean, neutral sister to our Lana Towel, the supersoft Aile Towel is made for days at the spa. Woven from 50% organic cotton, its fibers are plush, bouncy and kind to your skin.
Japanese towels are known for their thin compact size, superior absorbency, and incredible softness. Our towels are made in Imabari, where towel-making is such an important industry that the town has its own towel museum. With a focus on softness and texture, our towels pamper your skin as softly as if they were plush blankets.
Materials: 100% cotton (50% organic cotton)
Care: Machine wash with cold water and mild detergent. No bleach or fabric softeners. Hang or tumble dry low.
|Bath Towel (L)||25" x 50"|
|Hand Towel (M)||15" x 33½"|
|Washcloth (S)||12" x 13"|
These miniature creamers are commonly used in Japanese coffee shops to add just a little bit of milk or cream to your coffee. Hand-hammered and intricately detailed, this little creamer is sure to add a little smile to your caffeine habit.About Miho Nishikawa
This beautiful sugar spoon bends at a slight curve to sweeten a cup of coffee or tea. Made from hand-hammered brass and albata, this spoon is sure to age gracefully into a rich patina with wear.
About Miho Nishikawa
Miho Nishikawa is an award-winning metalworks artist who works with silver, brass and albata to create beautifully detailed but rustic accessories. Nishikawa is trained and currently works in Kanazawa, which is an UNESCO-appointed city of Crafts and Folk Art in Japan for its tradition of metalwork artistry.
Materials: albata, brass
Dimensions: Length: 4.9"
Care: Polish with an acidic substance.