Authentic, highest-quality goods directly from the hands of Japan's master artisans to your home.
Chopsticks with Fukiurushi applied in steps
DIY Waza Kit
Experience Japanese craftsmanship
With our DIY Waza Kit series you can experience various Japanese crafts technique from the comfort of your home. We've collaborated with masters of their crafts to create our Kits that each come with online master classes. Become a student of of Kintsugi, Shibori and more.
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.

Large vase by Myoshu Wataru
Myoshu Collection
Incorporate Wabi-sabi into your home with this breathtaking vase collection by one of the most talented potters in Japan.
Uji Matcha Set
The Collectors Item
This set is very special to us. Each year we will release a limited number of which no two are the same. At the center of the set is 16th generation potter Hosai Matsubayashi’s tea cup. The set also includes a bamboo whisk, a spoon, a tea caddy from Kaikado with sleek, sharper form that is rarely found anywhere else and an intricate wooden box made of rare wood sourced from the root of the Paulownia tree.
Master craftsman Nakagawa at work
Nakagawa Collection
A one of a kind gift or tableware addition that brings a bit of Japan closer to you. Handcrafted by Shuji Nakagawa and his apprentices, the soft feel and aroma of the hinoki cypress enhances the flavor of whatever drink you’re enjoying. These pieces present the timeless simplicity of traditional design.
Forest of evergreen trees
Photo by Yuya Hoshino
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.