A gift for a travel agency specialized in Luxury customers.
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Four Seasons Cracker
is as the name suggests is Party Popper for special occasions! What makes it different from other poppers is that its packed with essence of Japan like “cherry blossom” “rain drop” “autumn fallen leaves” and “snow”…continue
Flowers that blossom at important milestones
Cherry blossoms are representative of Japanese flowers and have been a special flower since ancient times….continue
this is the first trapezoid envelope in the world.This product is an envelope – which is designed on
Mt.Fuji, one of Japanese largest icon and World Heritage Site ,motif. In addition to familiar Fuji which looks blue like sky, We designed Red Fuji which have a red appearance on a summer morning.
the red Fuji is considered good luck and a haiku (Japanese 17-syllable poem) seasonal word for summer…..continue
Yoshino Chopsticks, made from cedar and Hinoki cypress,are immaculate and graceful with their rich aroma and beautiful texture.Yoshino Chopsticks began the production at the beginning of the Meiji Era in Yamato-Shimoichi in Yoshino when people felt it a pity to see the scraps of high grade Yoshino Cedar going to waste when Tarumaru(Sake caskets) were being made. It was the beginning of the story of the Yoshino Chopsticks industry.
In a glance it looks Kimono, the traditional clothing of Japan. In truth It is the art of folding a sheet of Furoshiki, traditional wrapping cloth with decorative designs ,into Kimono. This will make a perfect gift from Japan
Darumaotoshi motif masking tapes
Daruma Otoshi is a traditional game played with a daruma doll in five pieces, usually in the colors of the rainbow, from top to bottom: head — a man’s face, blue, green, yellow, red. The game is played by using a small hammer to hit each of the colored pieces, from bottom to the top, without letting the pieces fall during the game.”…continue