Morihata Cha Tea Set
A selection of fine Japanese green teas to indulge your senses. Presented as a seasonal harvest, this exquisite collection introduces you to the diverse world of green tea and all of its delights. Summer rain, autumn fields, and spring gardens await to be discovered inside this box, a beautiful gift to be sampled, shared and enjoyed. Includes three packets holding samples of Kanaya Midori, Hojicha, and Genmaicha respectively.
JAS and USDA certified organic.Ingredients: organic green tea, roasted rice grains.
Quantity: Genmaicha 50g, Hojicha 30g, Kanaya Midori 50g
Kizara Wood Sheet Memo Pad
Kizara memo pads are made by shaving thin individual sheets of paper from a single block of wood. These sheets, traditionally used to wrap food, are now reimagined as beautiful notepads for the creative mind. Experience the aesthetic and tactile pleasure of writing and drawing directly on woodgrain.
About The Kizara Project
By facilitating better forest management, the Kizara Project shows us how conscious design can have a positive impact on our environment.
Materials: Japanese red pine
Dimensions: Small: Height: 4”, Width: 3”; Medium: Height: 6”, Width: 4”; Large: Height: 7”, Width: 5”
Pages: Medium & Large: Approximately 50; Small: Approximately 40
Care: Keep in a cool, dry place. Pages may warp slightly if exposed to humidity.
Yoku Moku Cookies - Billet Aux Amandes Chocolat
Yoku Moku is a world-famous Japanese confectioner, whose namesake slim butter cookies have become a classic Japanese gift for holidays and special occasions. The Billet aux Amands cookie sets a layer of milk chocolate beneath a square vanilla cookie dusted with split almonds.
Each cookie is made from natural ingredients with no preservatives, and every tin features 22 individually wrapped cookies to preserve freshness and flavor. A delectable gift to give and receive no matter the occasion!
Ingredients: butter, milk chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, milk powder, cocoa mass, soy lecithin, chocolate flavor), sugar, egg whites, wheat flour, sliced almonds, vanilla extract.
Dimensions: Gift box - Height: 2¼” Width: 3½” Length: 8”
Contains 26 cookies
Yoku Moku Cookies - Cigare 20 Pack
These delicious butter cookies are the perfect gift for friends, family, co-workers, and yourself when you need the perfect pick-me-up. Each individually wrapped vanilla butter cookie is carefully rolled into an elongated cigar shape, before being placed into a beautiful and reusable tin. Each cookie is made from natural ingredients with no preservatives. Contains 20 individually wrapped cookies to share and enjoy together.
About Yoku Moku
Yoku Moku is a world-famous Japanese confectioner, whose namesake slim butter cookies have become a classic Japanese omiyage gift for holidays and special occasions. Omiyage (meaning ‘souvenir’), is an important aspect of Japanese culture and is typically a locally made food product that one is expected to bring back and share with friends and family after traveling.
Ingredients: butter, milk, sugar, egg whites, wheat flour, almond powder, vanilla extract
Dimensions: Gift box - 7.2" X 8.2" X 2.2"
Contains 20 cookies
Kunisawa Find Sticky Memo Pad
Never forget another appointment again with the Kunisawa Sticky Memo Pad. Perfect for lists and last-minute reminders, this handy pad features silky-smooth blank pages with an adhesive top section that gently stick to any surface. Copper edges add a hint of refinement to a pad that features the words “I do not seek, I find” emblazoned in the inner cover. What will you find with yours? 80 pages.
Since its founding in 1971, Kunisawa has collaborated with graphic designers, advertising agencies, photographers and other creatives to produce office goods tailored for the creative mind. Kunisawa notebooks use British-style foolscap paper, which features a gliding smooth texture and excellent ink absorption designed especially for fountain pens. Minimalist with a refined old-school charm, Kunisawa has quickly become one of Japan’s most exciting new stationery brands.
Dimensions: Length: 4” Width: 3”