We would like to inform you that Golden Week will be coming soon.
The Golden Week is a consecutive national holidays in Japan that is from the end of April to early May.
We apologize for your inconvenience during this period.
We have released the following new products of 4 designs and 19 items this fall!
A roll-up tool bag made of a combination of Mikawa Momen from Aichi Prefecture and waxed canvas fabric.
It can be used to store various tools, such as knitting needles and stationery items.
It is handy for carrying your tools.
A pin cushion in a tiny 15mm(0.6 inch) -square wooden box covered with a high-quality linen fabric woven in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
Comes with glass head pins that match the pincushion.
Push pins that combine delicate pins from Hiroshima with oyster shells, which are famous for producing pearls.
The shells are cut into flower shapes, then colored using four traditional Japanese dyes.
Flower Push Pins of Oyster Shell (Yellow)
Flower Push Pins of Oyster Shell (Pink)
Flower Push Pins of Oyster Shell (Green)
Flower Push Pins of Oyster Shell (Blue)
Flower Push Pins of Oyster Shell (White)
Flower Push Pins of Oyster Shell (Assorted colors)
A pincushion that combines the elegance of an Otaru Kiriko container with a felt ball from Hokkaido.
Comes with 10 glass head pins made in Hiroshima that pass smoothly through fabric.
The theme for the Cohana Christmas Limited ver. in 2018 is "White Christmas".
"Brass Bamboo Scales" was introduced on the Asahi Newspaper puplished on the 13th of May.
We have released the following new products of 5 designs and 26 items this spring.
These mini-scissors were created by Hasegawa Cutlery, a manufacturer of edged tools established in 1933 and located in Seki, Gifu Prefecture, Japan’s foremost cutlery-making town. You can cut with these scissors by gripping them with your fingers and pinching lightly.
Small Japanese Wooden Thread Winder from Golondrina, a small woodworking shop and craftsmanship laboratory that seems to leap from the pages of a picture book in the Suwa district of Nagano Prefecture. Each winder is carefully cut from wood, one at a time. Golondrina has a unique philosophy, and a concept of “Things That Excite.” These winders, which allow you to feel the warmth that comes from being handmade from wood, are packed with Golondrina’s ideas.
Shigaraki ware pottery with a button motif, made by Meizan Gama, a ceramics manufacturer founded in 1622 in Koka, Shiga Prefecture. Shigaraki ware is distinguished by its earthy charm, which conveys a sense of simplicity and robustness. Its profoundly fascinating look has a connection with the spirit of “wabi-sabi” (the beauty of natural imperfection), and it has produced countless masterpiece tea utensils.
Magnetic Button of Shigaraki Ware (Yellow)
Magnetic Button of Shigaraki Ware (Pink)
Magnetic Button of Shigaraki Ware (Green)
Magnetic Button of Shigaraki Ware (Blue)
Magnetic Button of Shigaraki Ware (Gray)
A “Magewappa” (box made by bending wood) and “Embroidery Hoop” bent and made by hand one by one out of thinly-shaved Japanese cedar and hinoki cypress. The handicraft of the artisan, pliability of the wood, and perfectly straight wood grain together make for a beautiful wooden curve.
Magewappa Embroidery Hoop Toolbox (Yellow & Pink 12cm)
Magewappa Embroidery Hoop Toolbox (Green & Blue 12cm)
Magewappa Embroidery Hoop Toolbox (Yellow & Pink 15cm)
Magewappa Embroidery Hoop Toolbox (Green & Blue 15cm)