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Eco-friendly, beautiful and FUN, what’s not to love about furoshiki? Whether you use them to wrap bento boxes or other items, they never fail to disappoint. All 15% off for our New Year’s Sale! P.S This Cochae Furoshiki | Okame & Hyottoko Blue features two famous masks often worn in Japanese festivals. Depending on how you wrap the cloth, a different face will be displayed!
🐇🌸🍁Our new Rabbit and Ume Flower Picnic Bento, shaped like an ume (plum) blossom, features a dreamy design of fluttering cherry blossoms, Japanese maple leaves and rabbits. Considered lucky in Japan, rabbits are a common motif in Japanese art and are the perfect choice for 2023, the year of the rabbit!
“It feels good to be packing bento again. I always feel like I’m doing something good and special for myself when I make a bento with things I enjoy” — Jade @my_bento_adventure (IG). We love this sentiment and the lunch you made Jade! On the menu: Sweet and sour meatballs, steamed vegetables, onigiri, brie, and dried apricots. 😋
Situated in the traditional thatched house village in Miyama, Kyoto, Mr. Hasehira creates his one-of-a-kind items from wood he has dried for 7-10 years. Fueled by a passion for rare and precious woods, each piece is carved deliberately to best display the wood's unique grain and personality.
Do you ever want to add a bit of ginger, garlic or citrus zest to your cooking but don't want to have to lug out a clunky grater? This clever spoon, featuring a grater on its surface, is the perfect solution. Handmade by artisans in Tsubame-Sanjo, Japan, the metalworking capital of Japan.
🎑Did you know that Japan has a fall tradition of gazing at the full harvest moon? With a history spanning thousands of years, this tradition called Tsukimi was a way to express gratitude to the gods for the harvest and to pray for future successful harvests. This year, it will be held on September 10. Decorations and Japanese desserts in the shape of "usagi" (rabbits) are also enjoyed during Tsukimi as it's said that a rabbit lives on the moon! Discover all of our rabbit motif items here!