If you can't go to Japan, Japan will come to you!
Give your interior a Japanese touch with our range of Japanese decorative items: screens, lamps, lanterns, ornaments, noren, kokeshi and many more.
Make your choice among our different household linen items and embellish your interior in Japanese fashion.
Decorate your home with our selection of Japanese statuettes
Decorate your home with our selection of Japanese masks
Our store invites you to discover its new collection of certified Japanese fabrics made in Japan.
Make your traditional outfits or tablecloths with our 100% cotton fabrics with original patterns.
Here is a selection of Japanese rugs, tatami mats, zabuton and cushions, mostly made in Japan from rice straw (goza).
Find the best quality and best price japanese wooden lamps made in Japan
Ikebana, which we can literally translate as "living flowers", is the art of bouquets. Very popular with Japanese, it allows them to forget the world around them and achieve true inner harmony.
The kenzan, is a tool used exclusively in the Japanese art of ikebana flower arrangement to attach flowers to a container. It is an iron base bristling with spikes on which rods are attached. The term "kenzan" literally means "sword of the mountain".
japanese wind bells glass & ceramic
Here is an exclusive collection of cardboard models representing the great traditional, historical and tourist monuments of Japan such as the Tokyo tower, the Nara temple, the Miyajima torii gate ... etc
Here is an exclusive collection of traditional Koï carp windsocks, offered during the Boy's holiday in May.
Prints are images produced by printing using an engraved plate. They originate during the ukiyo-ye art movement, dating from the Edo era. Discover here our Japanese prints which will perfectly embellish your interior.
In this category, find many traditional and more modern incense burners made in Japan
Daruma is the Japanese name for Bodhidharma. The Daruma is a Japanese papier mache figurine in the shape of a Buddhist monk. A Daruma is also, in Japanese culture, a wish figurine.
In Japanese culture, we draw the pupil at first sight by making a wish. If this happens, we then draw the second pupil.
Hakone Yosegi Traditional Marquetry Secret Box, 7 Levels, YUI
Hakone Yosegi Traditional Marquetry Secret Box, 21 steps
octagonal box in traditional Yosegi marquetry by Hakone KIKKOU
octagonal box in traditional Yosegi marquetry by Hakone KOYOSEGI
Tissue box in traditional Yosegi marquetry from Hakone, YOSEGI
Hakone Yosegi Traditional Marquetry Secret Box, 4 steps