• Subtle Craftsmanship

    Feel the technique based on the 70 years experiences

  • Pre Order

  • White

    With the image of Japanese SAKE

    Brown

    With the image of Cafe

    Light Green

    With the image of Green Tea

    Pink

    With the image of SAKURA

  • 麻の葉

    Asanoha

    The motif of Japanese hemp. Japanese hemp is robust and grows fast, so this is regarded as a auspicious pattern.

    千鳥格子

    Chidori-Goushi

    The motif that Sen no Rikyu stuck into. Sen is a most important person in the Japanese tea ceremony.

    毘沙門亀甲

    Bishamon-Kikkou

    The motif of the chain of the armor for Bishamon-Ten who is the god of military arts.

     

    ヱ霞

    Egasumi

    The motif of a scene with a haze. In ancient roll this means lapse of time.

     

    組亀甲

    Kumi-Kikkou

    The motif of a tortoise shell. It's of cource longevity like a turtle.

     

    青海波

    Seigaiha

    The motif of wave. As a stage costume, this pattern is in vogue in 17th Century. The name of the stage is "Seigaiha".

    七宝繋ぎ

    Shippou-Tsunagi

    Shippou means the seven treasures. This pattern is in use from 9th Century.

     

    水引

    Mizuhiki

    The motif of a decorative Japanese strings. Especially this knot is called "Awaji-Knot".

     

    漢字 「羽織」

    Kanji  "Haori"

    The motif of our logo type 羽織. As you know Haori means Japanese cloth.

     

  • About Designer

    Tomoya Nasuda

    Product designer

    Born in 1987. Graduated in industrial design at Kanazawa college of Art in 2009.

    In 2014 Tomoya moved his activities to Fukuoka Prefecture, where he lives today.
    He is lover of fresh Japanese tea.

  • Haori Cup was on Kickstarter