Authentic, highest-quality goods directly from the hands of Japan's master artisans to your home.
Study Japanese crafts with our master classes

Study authentic Japanese artisans techniques from the comfort of your home with our DIY Waza Kits.

We collaborate with the best in their field to bring you the best of Japanese craftsmanship. We offer free online master classes to start with and for those interested to dive deeper we will be offering advanced classes soon.

Nested Keura plates in black and natural
New Arrival
Multi-functional Keura plates

These intricately sculpted plates can be used as trays as well. Available in black and natural, these plates go beautifully with any kind of food. Made with locally sourced wood, handcrafted in Ishikawa, Japan.

Shibori (tie dye) azuma bag in black
New Arrival
Shibori Azuma Bags

This Shibori Azuma bag, individually hand tied and dyed by artisans in Arimatsu, Japan. With a wide bottom, the bag that comes in black and navy can easily fit everything you need from daily necessities to weekend farmers market pickups. It can be used as a handbag as well as a shoulder bag, can easily be folded and kept as a secondary bag. Available in 3 patterns and two colors each.

Signature Champagne Cooler
Made to order
Iconic work by Shuji Nakagawa

Using a technique refined and passed down for over 700 years, Nakagawa’s work has established what it means to bring sleek modernity to commonly seen pieces.
Nakagawa is paving the way for craftsmen all across the world, displaying the beauty of evolving tradition by incorporating design into his work like no other.

Our approach to sustainability

The Japanese way of keeping in harmony with the seasons and the local environment will always be at our core. That’s why Pieces of Japan is committed to prioritizing the sustainability of craftsmen and the natural resources that support them.

We believe that in sharing beautiful, durable, handmade products that last for generations, we can take steps away from our current throwaway culture to create meaningful connections with the things we own.