Tenugui (Hand Towels)
Cotton, plain weave cloth. Use as a towel to wipe your hands or as a bandana to wrap around your head. Choose from traditional Japanese designs that evoke the seasons to cloths printed with your favorite characters. Shop now
Uchiwa/Sensu (Hand Fans)
Use to cool yourself down while enjoying the design. Choose from traditional products made from bamboo skewers and wood to more modern plastic products. Some products are even scented to make them more enjoyable. Shop now
This large, rectangular cloth is indispensable for wrapping and carrying special objects. It is used in tea ceremonies and is believed to have become widespread as public baths gained popularity during the Edo Period. Use to wrap a variety of products, including wine and Japanese sake bottles, in various ways. Shop now
Ever popular as a souvenir from Japan, you can now easily get Japanese blotting paper on Amazon. It does not absorb too much oil and will not ruin your makeup. Be sure to try it out.
Mimikaki (Ear Picks)
Choose from beautifully ornamented ear picks crafted from traditional techniques to the latest designs for effective cleaning and equipped with lights and magnifying lenses. Although they are not very common overseas, more and more people outside Japan are discovering these products.
Japanese nail clippers are renowned for their excellent cutting ability. Say goodbye to the irritation you experience with regular nail clippers. There are also styles of nail clippers that collect the cut nails and allow you to dispose of them all together.
Experience the next generation of Japanese writing supplies. Choose from fude brush pens, which make calligraphy easy and enjoyable, FriXion erasable gel pens and luxurious fountain pens.
This washi paper is made using an original papermaking technique. Enjoy the unique feel of the material and the beautiful designs. Not only can it be used for letter writing, but it can also be used for interior decoration.
In addition to writing supplies, stationery supplies have also gone through a unique development, with environmentally friendly staplers that do not use staples and cute erasers in the shapes of plants and animals. Enjoy using these unique, convenient products.
Furin (Wind Bells)
Place a furin near the window to enjoy the sounds of the refreshing breeze in summer. The bell is made of glass or metal. Hang it near a window or other breezy area and enjoy its chime and design.
Temari (Hand Balls)
The temari is a Japanese toy ball steeped in tradition. Created by overlapping layers of thread, the temari is a traditional craft and decorative item that is still loved today.
Create a Japanese themed room with a tapestry with Japanese landscapes and accessories.Check out the details on the hanging strings and sticks and feel the unique warmth or Japanese paper.
Japanese clothing that is a joy to wear. These yukata feature woven fabric in beautiful patterns and colorful obi sashes for a myriad of combinations. There are also selections for men. They provide excellent breathability and can even be used as loungewear.
Jika Tabi Shoes
Traditional Japanese jika-tabi shoes have been popular since the Edo Period. These were created to separate the big toe from the other toes. They offer flexibility and, with a growing number of designs in recent years, this footwear has become popular as a fashionable item.
Originally used by Japanese elementary school students as a carryall bag, the "randoseru" satchel bag is becoming popular as an everyday fashion item. Enjoy the sophisticated craftsmanship of this product.
Health & Beauty Appliances
For everyday beauty, you demand portability, convenience and ease of use. Choose from compact and functional health and beauty appliances such as facial devices, portable misting fans, portable electric toothbrushes and eye care devices that can hold their own against beauty salons. Shop now
Compact, portable appliances are becoming more widespread, and now there is even a travel washlet bidet. The sanitary portable washlet provides peace of mind everywhere you go. Shop now
In a country where rice is the main staple, Japan is selective about its rice cookers. Try these rice cookers for truly delicious soft, fluffy rice. Although these are electric, you can enjoy the finished product as if it were cooked in a pot. Shop now
Fake Food Products
There has been an evolution in Japanese fake food products that look just like real food and may even make you hungry just by looking at them. There are also products that can be used as fridge magnets, key chains and accessories.
Japan's food culture is quite unique, and a wide variety of kitchen gadgets are now available for home use. Home-use takoyaki makers, rotating sushi sets and nagashi somen sets can help you throw a successful party at home.