Meet us at The Big Design Market 2018!

  We are super excited to be a part of The Big Design Market 2018 in Sydeny!   Royal Hall…

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Thank you for coming to our first collaboration event!

  Thank you so much for coming to our first collaboration event! ”和 (WA)-WADAYAMA meets Sydney chefs-“ We were pleased…

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和 (WA) -WADAYAMA meets Sydney chefs-

In appreciation of craftsmanship, together in collaboration with Jazushi and 5 celebrated chefs, we will host an exclusive dinner event,…

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A new tea room at SJIS is out!

A Japanese tea ceremony room in Sydney Japanese International School has been completed.   Great work by JCG Australia Pty…

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Thank you for coming to our exhibition!

  We would like to thank you all for taking time to visit our exhibition! It was a great opportunity…

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Meet us at Glebe Market on July 14!

We’re exited to join the Glebe Market for the first time. Lots of limited items are on sale! Come find…

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Modern Japanese “RAKU” in Canberra

A modern Japanese restaurant “RAKU” in Canberra features Japanese aesthetics through design and food. Enjoy their great Japanese cuisine with…

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Maeda Japanese restaurant is now open!

Our client’s new fancy restaurant <Maeda Japanese restaurant> is now open! Maeda Japanese restaurant proudly supports Kamedani Ceramics, a leading…

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Meet us at AGHA Sydney Gift Fair 2018!

  We are excited to come back to AGHA Sydney Gift Fair! Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park Booth No. 4E7…

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Gogyo Surry Hills is now open!

Our client’s new fancy restaurant <Gogyo Surry Hills> is now open! The Ippudo Australia, which is committed to creating Japanese…

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Indigo Dyeing at Matsuri Sydney!

Simply Native Japan is excited to bring the experience of traditional indigo dyeing. Don’t miss this chance!   Indigo dyeing  …

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Keiho Nakahara, a wood craftsman for life

“I’m tired of sitting down!” Keiho Nakahara says with a carefree smile. He has been sitting cross-legged while working from…

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Yusuke Kido, the volcanic ash magician

The brand’s founder Yusuke Kido studied design in Tokyo, before pursuing ceramics study in Arita at age 25. Afterwards, he…

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When the two established meets

The Koromo series was born by the collaboration of two long established urushi and kiyomizu-yaki manufacturers. with the aim of…

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The textile with 10 million dots graphical patterns

The Amami Oshima Tsumugi is said to be one of the three top textiles in the world, along with Persian…

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Meet us at Big Design Market Sydney!

Royal Hall of Industries, 24-26 Nov 2017 Join us for 3 days of Christmas shopping! We will showcase artistic items…

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The Raw Materials Used in Crafting Blades

As this is a specialist subject, it would be unfamiliar to us. However, let us take a look to understand…

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Japanese grip scissors, Tokyo-style and Kyoto-style

Japanese grip scissors are perfect for small tasks. Although the Japanese were first to develop ‘scissors’, they continue to be…

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The Fundamental Differences between Western and Japanese Cutlery

Japan and the West view cutlery completely different. We will explain these differences by broadly dividing them into two easy…

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The art of giving ‘Knives’ as a gift

Some may imagine that a knife may be a bad omen (e.g representing the cutting of ties, & relationships etc.)….

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Easy 2 steps to maintain your knife everyday

Don’t you think maintaining Japanese blades are hard? .. Not at all with the right knowledge! Here’s easy tips for…

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What are our recommended shears?

The size of shears should be about the same as the distance between the tip of your fingers to your…

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Easy way to remove rust on Japanese blades

Most of Japanese blades are made with high carbon steel, excepting particular material description. Like all carbon steel products, they…

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Japanese Blades to last long

Japanese Blades are designed and made to last for decades with proper maintenance. Enjoy spending a little of your time…

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