Kisso is a wholesale processor, developer, and trader of eyeglass materials based in Sabae city, Fukui Prefecture.
Kimoto Glass is a Tokyo based company developing innovative techniques to produce fine glassware.
Hara Kinuorimono Co. is a traditional Oshima Tsugumi Weave maker based in Amami Island. The design unit, st+to (suh-toh) is comprised of Shizuka Tatsuno and Kawato Rika.
Tokyoko-do is an interior aroma incense brand that blends traditonal Japanese techniques with carefully selected materials from the France-Grasse region.
After founding the renowned “Minato Furniture” Norikazu Minato turned began developing new methods to utilize wasted timber resources, as well as prototyping timber-based products for commercialization.
Matsuo Fukuoka honors Japanese culture and spirit by creating truly classic works. From bowls to the accessories, she is a potter whose works defy the boundaries of modern living.
With centuries of tradition and dedication to quality, Riso Porcelain continues to produce unsurpassed crafts that carry on the tradition of Arita-yaki forefather, Ri Sanpei.
These fine knit house-sandals are the result of a collaboration of a premier knit product producer and a dedicated “zori” style sandal craftsman in 2009.
Birudan Washi Paper (along with Gokayama Washi and Yatsuo Washi) is one of only 3 traditional washi-style paper producers in the Echu Region recognized as an honored traditional craft by Japanese Ministry of Economy.
Lemnos got its start making desinger clocks and branched out to produce an array of top-quality lifestyle products.
The Nousaku corporation began in 1916 as a manufacturer of tools and items related to traditional Buddhist aesthetic practices, and still draws upon the 400-year history of casting techniques of the Takaoka region.