This month we’ll take you along a nostalgia train trip through the mountains of Kyushu! Discover vintage train-inspired homeware pieces that will delight your senses and send you on a journey throughout Japan.
Inside you will discover...
Vintage Floral Cup by Saikai Touki
This gorgoues Hasamiyaki Floral Cup is made in the famous ceramic area of Nagasaki in Kyushu. This area has over 400 years of ceramic- making history. Use this colourful vintage-style cup for tea, coffee, small bowls of soup or a scoop of gelato. Hasamiyaki porcelain, made in Nagasaki prefecture. Microwave & dishwasher-safe.
Rabbit Bowl by Asahi Kyoyo
(brown bowl has been replaced by a red & black resin bowl with bunnies)
This lightweight resin bowl is decorated in the Aizu Nuri (lacquerware paint) style. The leaping bunnies and golden blossoms will bring joy to your dining table or desk! Use for soups, rice and noodle dishes. Resin, made in Japan. Microwave & dishwasher-safe.
Vintage Gold Spoon or Fork by Tsubame
These gorgeous vintage-style spoons/forks come in 1 of 2 designs: Vintage Gold and Matte Gold. Add a nostalgic touch to your tea, coffee, soup, breakfast or dessert. Tsubame gold-coated stainless steel, made in Niigata prefecture. Handwash only.
Kurume Kasuri Woven Coasters by Wamomen
These amazing coasters come in 1 of 3 different designs: Black, Grey and Navy. Kurume Kasuri is a famous type of woven cotton made in Kurume, an area in Fukuoka prefecture, Kyushu. Kurume Kasuri is known for its minimal colours with a lovely speckled texture made from special dyeing and weaving techniques. 100% cotton. Handwash only. Made in Fukuoka prefecture.
Patterned Mini Dish by Yamada Seni
This nostalgic dish comes in 1 of 2 designs: Plum and Bird. Use for snacks, small side dishes,
breakfast, dessert or even for storing small accessories. Minoyaki porcelain, made in Gifu prefecture. Microwave & dishwasher-safe.
Train Journey Art Print by Neko Box
This gorgeous art print features a woman on board a vintage-style slow-train going through the Japanese countryside. Printed on Japanese paper in Setagaya, Tokyo. Hang this peaceful print in your bedroom, living room or office and dream about your next Japanese train journey.