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26 Item(s)

  1. KAMON book (standard ver.)

    KAMON book (standard ver.)

    ¥50,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Out of approximately 20,000 existing kamon classified into 350 categories, we chose distinctive crests from a graphic design perspective to include in this kamon book. Also includes a book explaining the origins and history of kamon, and descriptions of each chosen kamon. Learn More

  2. KAMON Wrapping Cloth "Descending Round Korin Crane"

    KAMON Wrapping Cloth "Descending Round Korin Crane"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  3. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Sitting Horse"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Sitting Horse"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  4. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Round Crane in a Hermitage"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Round Crane in a Hermitage"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  5. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Radishes"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Radishes"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  6. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "The Character Ri in a Circle"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "The Character Ri in a Circle"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  7. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "One Folded Hawk Feather in a Circle"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "One Folded Hawk Feather in a Circle"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  8. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Circle of Three Pine Needles Chasing Each Other"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Circle of Three Pine Needles Chasing Each Other"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  9. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Three-Pronged Antlers"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Intersecting Three-Pronged Antlers"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  10. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Sailboat_1"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Sailboat_1"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  11. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "House of Kitashirakawa"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "House of Kitashirakawa"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  12. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "House of Nakagawa's Pair of Japanese Emperor Oak Leaves"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "House of Nakagawa's Pair of Japanese Emperor Oak Leaves"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  13. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Torn Plantain"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Torn Plantain"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  14. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Kage Round Crane"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Kage Round Crane"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  15. KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Upright Bundle of Noshi"

    KAMON Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth "Upright Bundle of Noshi"

    ¥15,000,-
    In Japan, kamon is a symbol or mark that signifies a family's lineage. It is a family crest that has been handed down from generation to generation. Furoshiki is a square cloth that is used to wrap objects. It is said that its origins lie in the Nara Period (710-794), and the Japanese have long used furoshiki to carry and store things. Because one furoshiki can wrap bottles and boxes of various shapes, it has been used by merchants for transport, by travelers for packing things, and by many to w Learn More

  16. KAMON Handkerchief "House of Kitashirakawa"

    KAMON Handkerchief "House of Kitashirakawa"

    ¥3,500,-
    It is said that there are 20,000 different kinds of kamon, or family crests, in Japan. Of these 20,000, we chose five from a design perspective, which we featured in our handkerchiefs. The beauty of kamon is expressed through embroidery in these handkerchiefs. ・ Please avoid ironing the embroidered part. ・ Please avoid using chlorine bleach when washing, and avoid tumble-drying. Made in Japan (Gunma Prefecture) 北白川家菊 kitashirakawake kiku House of Kitashirakawa* Chrysa Learn More

  17. KAMON Handkerchief "Round Crane in a Hermitage"

    KAMON Handkerchief "Round Crane in a Hermitage"

    ¥3,500,-
    It is said that there are 20,000 different kinds of kamon, or family crests, in Japan. Of these 20,000, we chose five from a design perspective, which we featured in our handkerchiefs. The beauty of kamon is expressed through embroidery in these handkerchiefs. ・ Please avoid ironing the embroidered part. ・ Please avoid using chlorine bleach when washing, and avoid tumble-drying. Made in Japan (Gunma Prefecture) 庵に鶴の丸 iori ni tsuru no maru Round Crane in a Hermitage Learn More

  18. KAMON Handkerchief "Circle of Three Pine Needles Chasing Each Other"

    KAMON Handkerchief "Circle of Three Pine Needles Chasing Each Other"

    ¥3,500,-
    It is said that there are 20,000 different kinds of kamon, or family crests, in Japan. Of these 20,000, we chose five from a design perspective, which we featured in our handkerchiefs. The beauty of kamon is expressed through embroidery in these handkerchiefs. ・ Please avoid ironing the embroidered part. ・ Please avoid using chlorine bleach when washing, and avoid tumble-drying. Made in Japan (Gunma Prefecture) 三ツ追松葉丸 mitsu oi matsuba maru Circle of Three Pine Needl Learn More

  19. KAMON Handkerchief "Altered Japanese Emperor Oak Leaves"

    KAMON Handkerchief "Altered Japanese Emperor Oak Leaves"

    ¥3,500,-
    It is said that there are 20,000 different kinds of kamon, or family crests, in Japan. Of these 20,000, we chose five from a design perspective, which we featured in our handkerchiefs. The beauty of kamon is expressed through embroidery in these handkerchiefs. ・ Please avoid ironing the embroidered part. ・ Please avoid using chlorine bleach when washing, and avoid tumble-drying. Made in Japan (Gunma Prefecture) 変り柏 kawari kashiwa Altered Japanese Emperor Oak Leaves Pr Learn More

  20. KAMON Handkerchief "Konoha Sailboat"

    KAMON Handkerchief "Konoha Sailboat"

    ¥3,500,-
    It is said that there are 20,000 different kinds of kamon, or family crests, in Japan. Of these 20,000, we chose five from a design perspective, which we featured in our handkerchiefs. The beauty of kamon is expressed through embroidery in these handkerchiefs. ・ Please avoid ironing the embroidered part. ・ Please avoid using chlorine bleach when washing, and avoid tumble-drying. Made in Japan (Gunma Prefecture) 木葉船 konohabune Konoha Sailboat The sailboat crest has often Learn More

  21. HASHI 18.5cm/Red

    HASHI 18.5cm/Red

    ¥5,500,-
    Featuring an original design by D-BROS, this is a set composed of a pair of chopsticks and a case which also doubles as a chopsticks rest. Made of thick-stemmed bamboo which contains hinokitiol with anti-microbial properties, these chopsticks were designed to be light in weight and easy to use. The top and bottom parts of the case are held together by a magnet, and both can be fully detached for thorough cleaning. The case was designed to have a defined gap so that the chopsticks don't touch the Learn More

  22. HASHI 18.5cm/Gray

    HASHI 18.5cm/Gray

    ¥5,500,-
    Featuring an original design by D-BROS, this is a set composed of a pair of chopsticks and a case which also doubles as a chopsticks rest. Made of thick-stemmed bamboo which contains hinokitiol with anti-microbial properties, these chopsticks were designed to be light in weight and easy to use. The top and bottom parts of the case are held together by a magnet, and both can be fully detached for thorough cleaning. The case was designed to have a defined gap so that the chopsticks don't touch the Learn More

  23. HASHI 18.5cm/Black

    HASHI 18.5cm/Black

    ¥5,500,-
    Featuring an original design by D-BROS, this is a set composed of a pair of chopsticks and a case which also doubles as a chopsticks rest. Made of thick-stemmed bamboo which contains hinokitiol with anti-microbial properties, these chopsticks were designed to be light in weight and easy to use. The top and bottom parts of the case are held together by a magnet, and both can be fully detached for thorough cleaning. The case was designed to have a defined gap so that the chopsticks don't touch the Learn More

  24. HASHI 23cm/Red

    HASHI 23cm/Red

    ¥5,500,-
    Featuring an original design by D-BROS, this is a set composed of a pair of chopsticks and a case which also doubles as a chopsticks rest. Made of thick-stemmed bamboo which contains hinokitiol with anti-microbial properties, these chopsticks were designed to be light in weight and easy to use. The top and bottom parts of the case are held together by a magnet, and both can be fully detached for thorough cleaning. The case was designed to have a defined gap so that the chopsticks don't touch the Learn More

  25. HASHI 23cm/Gray

    HASHI 23cm/Gray

    ¥5,500,-
    Featuring an original design by D-BROS, this is a set composed of a pair of chopsticks and a case which also doubles as a chopsticks rest. Made of thick-stemmed bamboo which contains hinokitiol with anti-microbial properties, these chopsticks were designed to be light in weight and easy to use. The top and bottom parts of the case are held together by a magnet, and both can be fully detached for thorough cleaning. The case was designed to have a defined gap so that the chopsticks don't touch the Learn More

  26. HASHI 23cm/Black

    HASHI 23cm/Black

    ¥5,500,-
    Featuring an original design by D-BROS, this is a set composed of a pair of chopsticks and a case which also doubles as a chopsticks rest. Made of thick-stemmed bamboo which contains hinokitiol with anti-microbial properties, these chopsticks were designed to be light in weight and easy to use. The top and bottom parts of the case are held together by a magnet, and both can be fully detached for thorough cleaning. The case was designed to have a defined gap so that the chopsticks don't touch the Learn More

 

26 Item(s)

 

 

26 Item(s)