+d (Japan)

+d is a brand of interior decorating items collaboratively designed by h-concept and product designers in Japan. Integrating massive amounts of creativity and functionality into their products with cultural references are what the Japanese do best and there's plenty of that here with +d products. It's the little details that matter and you'll be pleasantly surprised at the thought which goes into each individual item.


Soil (Japan)

“soil” is a range of products made from diatomaceous earth using plastering techniques, which let us directly benefit from the natural breathing material that excels at moisture retention and absorption. We have successfully condensed and packed this natural blessing in the graciously designed articles, which are gentle enough for sensitive skin and highly recyclable. “soil” will help shape a better future in eco-friendly and people-friendly ways.


Tidy (Japan)

Common household items are designed mainly for functionality. When not in use these items tend to clutter up a nice interior therefore we naturally tend to hide it in an inconspicuous place.

Products produced by Tidy are designed to look pleasant even when not in use. Your basic household items are transformed into well designed interiour objects that are highly functional as well as stylish. Tidy products add to a comfortable living space and introduces a dash of colour to your daily life.


I'mD (Japan)

Their “Life Design Project” was established as a venture in May 2006, and “I’m D (I am Design) was designed as its brand name, continuously making functional and beautifully designed household goods for everyday use and enhancing one's living environment.


Takumi (Japan)

A traditional wood craft company, practicing the concept of "Nature & Craftsmanship" and the art of making by hand, ensuring that the quality of wooden products is fully materialized.

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hmny & hmny Casual (Japan)

hmny (HS MI) was born through the collaboration of craftsmen and designers, which came together with one thought, "I want to shape what you really want by gathering ideas and using our individual knowledge, technology and resources to make each other's products".

Quality has been the main priority since its inception in 1961, as the whole production, ranging from raw materials to processed products and finishing, is done in Japan. Only domestic leather which has passed through the tanning process is used. Together with its enhanced elasticity and durability the leather products are complemented by excellent craftsmanship.


EaToCo (Japan)

A beautiful kitchenware brand comprising of stainless steel, wooden and silicone utensils that presents as an elegant yet attractive range with its simplicity, quality and function.


Maruai (Japan)

Founded in 1888, Maruai has become renowned for their advanced paper technology and printing quality. They have succeeded in supplying to markets beyond the borders of Japan and it is because of the passion that the founder strongly believes in and that is communication from heart to heart; from the maker to the user.


Apy (Japan)

The APY brand brings you the beauty of pressed metal created by Yoshizumi Press, which has been engaged in metalworking for over 60 years. Crafting by hand—and steadily creating things with unfailing quality anda joy that makes people smile.


Paperable (Japan)

Paper (as in paper) + able (can be done) = Paperable.
It is a collection of memos inspired by the will to share quality moments and memories through "paper communication".
Take a pen and write down your precious thoughts or messages on a Paperable today.


Marusa Balloon (Japan)

Marusa balloons started in the 60s and continues to make balloons till this day. Marusa aims to put a smile on the faces of everyone around the world through the mysterious charm of balloons.
The balloon is handmade which gives the balloon a soft feel and easy inflatability.
Marusa continues to challenge itself and pushes the boundaries towards the future of balloons.

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Sumi Kusa Hana (Japan)

The deodorizing and dehumidifying properties of charcoal are well known. But it took a tie-up between a Tokyo design team and Toyama prefecture-based IOTC to make charcoal fashionable! Their “Sumi Kusa Hana” line of odor and moisture-fighting products, available in a range of sizes and uses, almost look too good to be called deodorizers. Each has an attractive woven fabric covering with various decorations and motifs. And IOTC’s The company produces their own charcoal using driftwood collected from Toyama area dams and discarded wood from demolished homes.


@aroma (Japan)

Aroma space design is the cutting-edge concept of designing spaces using fragrances. In accordance with clients’ needs, aroma space designers enhance spaces utilising, to maximum extent, the variety of effects invoked by the natural ingredients of essential oils. This concept is characterised by a combination of effects and design, as seen in scents made to evoke images and impressions, and scents that create a more pleasant environment through careful combinations of the effects of essential oils.


Aozora (Japan)

The blue sky, an element that is irreplaceable in our planet. The goal is to design convenient products that make our every day lives fun, bright and full of good spirits. Through environmentally safe designs, Aozora aims to contribute to the society by delivering products that nurture the feeling of happiness, refreshing and one with nature.


Ornament (Japan)

“ornament” is a brand that produces one-of-a-kind, limited-edition products that only Yoshida Technoworks could create. When they make things, they think of them as new expressions that transcend superficial design and contain their own intrinsic value. It is from this idea that this business card case was born.


Cache - Cache (Taiwan)

CACHE-CACHE (SCRATCHIE CARDS) provide a new interactive experience, by integrating unique Scratchie designs into greeting cards, with a bold look stressed by daring colors and cheeky hidden messages. From anticipation, excitement when scratching to the final surprise...savor an unpredictable secret.


Hacoa (Japan)

"Wood has various blended elements giving each its own subtle fragrance and warm touch. Even a square board has its own distinct grain pattern and has lively structure making the board appearance more dynamic." Hacoa is a product design brand which is known for its clever use of wood in producing elegant and refined lifestyle items. An exclusive line that appeals to both designers and executives.


Engimono (Japan)

ENGIMONO is a collection of Lucky Charms made of Japanese cedar wood by the “Kanuma Incredible Woodworking Project”.


Shupua (Japan)

Containers that won't break even when dropped!
While it appear they are made of glass, these cups and glasses are actually made from soft silicone.
From small children to elderly, these high-quality, high-function, high clarity Japan-made silicone products offer safety and peace of mind. shupua is easy for anyone to use.


Patta (Japan)

Patta utilizes recovered recycled material as their main medium to produce various daily items that are both environmentally friendly, energy saving and reduce wastes.
With the gentle texture of their reprocessed materials, use it with warmth and joy in your everyday life.


Monos (Japan)

These silicone moulds from monos, aside from producing adorable ice cubes, have a strong environmental message.
The hope is for people to enjoy these shapes on a purely aesthetic level while also taking time to reflect on how global warming is causing the Arctic and Antarctic icecaps to recede.


Nousaku (Japan)

Started off with manufacturing Buddhist altar fittings in 1916, NOUSAKU later added tableware, home accessories and luminaries to their lineup using advanced casting techniques, expert knowledge, tradition and spirit passed down from craftsman to craftsman. "Nou" = Skill and "Saku" = Creating.



Takaokaya is a producer of hand-made Japanese zabuton cushions and futon in the ancient capital of Kyoto since 1919. Their stylish, high quality range of furnishings are designed to harmonize any living space and bring the Japanese art of kutsurogi (relaxing) to your home.

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Chikuno Cube (Japan)

CHIKUNO CUBE is made out of bamboo charcoal. Even though it is very small, it has the remarkable ability to purify the atmosphere of any room in which it is placed. Moreover, because the charcoal is made of bamboo, it is a completely eco-friendly material which eventually returns to the soil.


HO.H. (Japan)

A luchbox takes up space when not in use. Could a lunch box be foldable instead? With that thought, development began on the HO.H. lunch box. After enjoying your lunch, just wash it quickly and fold it flat. The complementary elastic band and pouch can keep the box tidy and compact inside your bag to be taken home. Made with bend-resistant polypropylene material to withstand repeated use. The box is microwave reheatable and also great for freezer storage. HOH (H オー H) for an ecologically happy lifestyle!


The Jekyll & Hyde Project (Malaysia)

The Jekyll & Hyde Project is a brand created by Malaysian company, Pride Works Sdn Bhd. Based on the original novella, "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" (1886), the story tells about a man having split personality disorder as we know it, and in the case of products, they come in various colours, form and function. Hence, the name and logo with the hare as Jekyll and its archnemesis, the fox as Hyde.


Made in Tsubame (Japan)

Tsubame has always been known for the city's craftsmanship in metal works and delicate artisanal products since the Edo period.
h concept has collaborated with "Made in Tsubame" for a small but essential piece for our daily life; the Gold Gard.


Tetote (Japan)

It is amazing what human hands can create in the world. We inherit certain things from one hand to another. And through the exchange, we build a long and lasting relationship between the giving and the receiving hands. This is the message that the craftsmen wish to instill and pass on through their handmade items from one hand to another, and to you...


Shibaful (Japan)

Shibaful is inspired by the touch of real lawn or turf, such as that of the Yoyogi Park, filled with greenery. They started with the iPhone case that uses electrostatic implant technology for the flocking that enables them to produce a material that is delicate, soft and colorful, like the beautiful turfs of Japan. Enjoy the various items of Shibaful!


Sustee (Japan)

Incorrect watering is reported to be the cause of plant wilting 80 percent of the time. Sustee is a "watering checker" that can tell you when to water your plant. Just stick this fall-proof device in your plant pot, and you'll be at ease for quenching your plants' thirst.