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TRADITION IN MODERNITY: Kihara, a well-established ceramic maker from Atria in Saga Prefecture, is available at Supermama.

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TRADITION IN MODERNITY: A bounty of Japanese crafts are available from D Bespoke such as Kanaami Tsuji lampshades (above).

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TRADITION IN MODERNITY: Kaikado tin tea caddies (above).

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TRADITION IN MODERNITY: Kimura Glassware. A highlight of the brand is its ultra-thin cocktail glasses.

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PORCELAIN FROM GIFU PREFECTURE: Fulico swing cups (above) and Life Shell Vase from atomi embody the essence of Japanese crafts.

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PORCELAIN FROM GIFU PREFECTURE: Fulico swing cups and Life Shell Vase (above) from atomi embody the essence of Japanese crafts.

Access to artisanal collectibles

Dec 6, 2014 5:50 AM

LOVE to get your hands on some Japanese artisanal items? Here's what to buy and where.

Miyama, from atomi, Mandarin Gallery,

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A 37-year-old porcelain brand which hails from Gifu Prefecture uses a "casting" technique, which forms

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