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.

Kumiko wooden coasters
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Experience Japanese latticework

The Kumiko Coaster Kit introduces an insight into the intricate art of latticework called Kumiko. This Kit includes wood pieces needed to create two coasters and comes in two different patterns, the Asanoha and Uragoma patterns.

Aashiko azuma bag in white
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Shibori Azuma Bags

This intricately stitched Sashiko Azuma Bag comes in indigo with white stitching and white with black stitching. It 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 and can easily be folded and kept as a secondary bag. Available in white with black stitching or dark blue with white stitching.

Large paper lantern with POJ Studio logo printed on it
Bespoke Chochin Lantern

Make your bespoke Chochin lanterns, handcrafted by Kyo-Chochin Minori - the same family business with whom we collaborated to make the Chochin Lantern Kit. Since the tail end of the Edo period, for around 160 years, the Yanase family has been supplying the people of Kyoto with light.

Your Chochin can be made in a variety of sizes and three shapes and you can even print your original design on it.

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.