number-cup.4
A mug with numbers for the handle. What numbers have special importance for you ?
 
Designer: Takuya Hoshiko
cupuc.3

A cup that looks like any other. Flip it over, and it looks like a soda can! A simple but fun design.

Designer: Yoshihide Nakatani

ukihashi.4
Chopsticks that don’t need a chopstick rest. Because of the shape, the tips won’t touch the table when it’s set down.
 
Designer: Mikiya Kobayashi
talking.5

Talking is a set of condiment containers that will bring a smile to your table.

Designer: Nendo

tate-otama-soup-ladle.3
This “standing ladle” was designed to stand independently taking in mind density and weight of the materials used. Use you limited kitchen space more effectively with “Tate Otama”.
 
Designer: Mikiya Kobayashi
wing-clip-clip.3

Able to fasten anything from tiny snack food packets to large bed sheets. T-shirts fastened down with wingclips look like they have suddenly sprouted their own wings! 

Designer: Jae-Hyuk Lee

shuki-bottle-cup.2

At once a square AND a triangle, the Shuki is a strange and charming form.

Designer: Daisaku Choh

wrap-bowl-bowl.3

When you make food to put by or want to keep leftovers until tomorrow, put them in the Wrapbowl, secure the silicone lid and pop it in the fridge.

Designer: Kanae Tsukamoto

hook.3

A reusable hook made of a unique suction sheet called " PitaSheet " which adheres well to smooth surfaces. Can such as glass stainless steel and painted metallic surfaces ( such as refrigerators ).

Designer: Aya Sunaguchi

kaba-coaster.3

This coaster features a hippo floating at water's edge. Made from a highly absorbent natural material called diatomite.

Designer: Ryo Shimura

orishiki

Fold it and unfold it to fit your needs. It's a fun hot pot mat!

Designer: Atsuhiro Hayashi

pickman

Meet Pickman, the party pick that turns your table into a veritable diorama and sets the stage for all kinds of fun stories!

Designer: Noriko Hashida