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Inside Out Magazine - Editorial

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Thank you to our friends at Inside Out Magazine for a lovely feature on Japanese mizusashi in the October 2017 issue, alongside Vera Wang Wedgewood, Smeg and Ilve appliances. This little feature perfectly describes modern uses for an otherwise traditional vessel. For more images and information on these unique and versatile water containers please read our full blog on Mizusashi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Contemporary shipment in store now!

Friday, October 13, 2017
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Japanese chest-on-chest - form, function and versatility!

Monday, October 09, 2017

Antique Japanese two-piece Tansu (chest-on-chest) are beautiful and versatile antique storage solution

Japanese antique furniture embodies contemporary form, function and versatility – a two-piece chest can be used as a tall boy, bedside cabinets, side-by-side or for general storage in two different rooms. Because of their age and design they work perfectly to warm up a cooler contemporary environment and complement mid-century and modern Scandinavian furniture. A vintage or antique Japanese 2-piece tansu or chest-on-chest are the perfect storage solution; sustainable and functional, they have already stood the test of time.

Japanese tansu are unique, no two are ever exactly the same and whilst they can be up to 150 years old they’re still quite contemporary in appearance. These tansu are lightweight, easy to move with quality iron handles and have a storage capacity of between 180 and 240 litres. Our stock is hand selected in Japan and lovingly restored in house at our warehouse.

Visit our chests and cabinets page for a selection of current stock or pop into our store and warehouse as not all available stock is available online.

 

  

 

 

 


 



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Hokusai at the NGV

Monday, October 02, 2017

On now at The NGV is the worlds largest exhibition of works by Katsushika Hokusai, the artist behind the famous print The Great Wave. It is truly a must see exhibition of Edo period Japanese woodblock prints, on now until 15th October 2017


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