This week, we focus on the total Japanese art of living. Tableware that you compose like a painting, sweets featuring traditional flavors, precious textiles, or artisanal furniture...We take you through it all.
SILEX by Sylvain Willenz
For Sylvain Willenz, the design of the SILEX vases was an important study in form. When you look at the vases from above, they are not really cylinders, nor are they squares. The faceted corners are in stark contrast to the curves of the glass. “Not an easy shape to make in glass,” says Willenz. “It takes a lot of lung power to get the sufficient amount of glass up against those faceted corners. This is an additional difficulty you don’t face with round shapes.” Another challenge is the weight of the SILEX vases.
LE PARTI DU THÉ PARIS
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful ranges of Japanese teas, small and large wines, from bancha to matcha, through senchas and many atypical specialties. Unbeatable value for money for unparalleled freshness throughout the year.
LE CHOCOLAT D"ARTISAN FRANCAIS AU MATCHA JAPONAIS AUTHENTIQUE
OMACCHAYA (JAPANESE MATCHA & TEAS)
Omacchaya brings a touch of creativity and sensitivity by connecting the different arts of craftsmanship found in the home cultures of its founders. This chocolate bar was handcrafted in France in the workshops of Maison Scholler, to be tasted on its own or as a treat to accompany the authentic Japanese matcha of Omacchaya. A perfect harmony with delicate flavors of fresh milk and vanilla in contrast to the pleasant and mild bitterness of our Sayamakaori matcha.
Any location Easy to carry New style Japanese TATAMI
YOSHIKAWA NULU Butter Knife
The small holes in the diagonal blade cut through even the hardest butter and turn it into soft... ・ Thread-like strands, ready to be spread. ・Shaped to work well with a butter dish. ・The serrated edge can also be used to scrape burned parts of your toast. Stainless steel. Made in Japan.
MT01-CABINET BLOCK A,B,C
The collection can be combined as desired and comprises. The modular storage cabinet placed on its base recalls Charlotte Perriand’s Asian experiments combining functional geometrical meticulousness and traditional materials. Perriand chose bamboo, and Levy tatami. MATERIAL : Lacquered Plywood Surface tatami color : Gold, Ash pink, Chestnut, Brown
BEATRICE LAVAL LE MONDE SAUVAGE
Silk cushion in japanese spirit, reversible.