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"Oji Masanori is genuinely one of my favourite designers, an individual that works and collaborates with a variety of craftsmen and makers across Japan. Many of these independents have a rich history when it comes to producing. Masanori is there to enhance and promote this through his design, paying careful attention to form and proportion, but also the material and the manufacturing methods that they use."

"Oji Masanori is genuinely one of my favourite designers, an individual that works and collaborates with a variety of craftsmen and makers across Japan. Many of these independents have a rich history when it comes to producing. Masanori is there to enhance and promote this through his design, paying careful attention to form and proportion, but also the material and the manufacturing methods that they use."

Guy Gets Smothered by #Bunnies on Japan’s Rabbit Island!

Guy Gets Smothered by #Bunnies on Japan’s Rabbit Island!

映画「恋愛睡眠のすすめ」公式サイト

映画「恋愛睡眠のすすめ」公式サイト

Cranewalk by Christopher Quist Kautz, on OEN - via Smörgåsbord

Cranewalk by Christopher Quist Kautz, on OEN - via Smörgåsbord

Восточно-Европейская Финансовая Группа: Решение суда о взыскании вклада, принятое после вв...

Восточно-Европейская Финансовая Группа: Решение суда о взыскании вклада, принятое после вв...

"Just because she likes the same bizarro crap you do doesn't mean she's your soul mate." (500) Days of Summer

"Just because she likes the same bizarro crap you do doesn't mean she's your soul mate." (500) Days of Summer

Photograph by Alberto Mateo. www.albertomateo.com, www.thelastfootprint.com Boy running in the old quarters of Bhaktapur, sunrise. Kathmanduy Valley, Nepal.

Photograph by Alberto Mateo. www.albertomateo.com, www.thelastfootprint.com Boy running in the old quarters of Bhaktapur, sunrise. Kathmanduy Valley, Nepal.

Maiko Okuno’s philosophy is to “create something that can be cherished for life”, she originally began making lacquerware after visiting an exhibition showcasing the work of lacquer artist Ryozo Kawakita, a direc­tor of the Japan Craft Asso­ci­a­tion and a “Liv­ing National Trea­sure” of Japan.

Maiko Okuno’s philosophy is to “create something that can be cherished for life”, she originally began making lacquerware after visiting an exhibition showcasing the work of lacquer artist Ryozo Kawakita, a direc­tor of the Japan Craft Asso­ci­a­tion and a “Liv­ing National Trea­sure” of Japan.

New Lacquerware in the Shop by Maiko Okuno

New Lacquerware in the Shop by Maiko Okuno

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