Stamug by Metaphys

Mug cups tend to take up space when stored in the cupboard. However, Stamug is a stackable mug cup that can be stored while taking up very little space. It is also large enough so that it could be used for drinking soups.






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Japan Handmade

Japan Handmade is a collaboration between craftsmen in Kyoto and Danish consulting company CeO. THe aim is to promote Japanese handicrafts internationally. Japan Handmade crafts companies: KaikadoHosooKanaami-TsujiNakagawa MokkougeiKohchosai KosugaAsahiyaki.

Japan Handmade Digest from Hosoo on Vimeo.



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Lessev Mobile Station

IWATANI DESIGN PROJECT has released Lessev Mobile Station, which solves our everyday problems: tangled cables of mobile phones, tablet computers, digital cameras, etc. It also helps you to locate your chargers. It keeps your desk and room tidy and organized.





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Rolu by Metaphys

Rolu are memo papers on a roll. It was designed by Chiaki Murata for Metaphys. It is possible to cut the paper as you wish thanks to the dotted lines drawn every 10cm. The brass/aluminum holder functions as a paper weight and makes it easier to take notes.  There are three colors available: Orange, black, and white.

Size: W93mm x H38mm x D74.5mm, φ65mm×H88mm (Memo papers)
Weight: 240g
Material: Brass, aluminum, ABS





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Display Cleaner by Tent

Japanese design studio Tent has released Display Cleaner. It was inspired by a chalkboard eraser. Made of microfiber, it is perfect to use for almost any computer displays including tablet computers such as iPad. The yellow tag makes it possible to hang on a wall.  It is washable, so you can use it over and over again. There are two types available: beech and walnut.





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Floating Vases / Ripple by oodesign

oodesign is an award winning design studio established by Taku Omura. “Floating Vase / RIPPLE” is their first commercial product. Shaped like ripples in water, “floating ripple vase” floats on water. All you have to do is fill a container with water, and place a single flower in the vase. It will float around with a help of the movement of the air. It is currently exclusively available at Japanese design shop for customers outside Japan.








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“Book on Book” by Tent

Japanese design studio Tent released “Book on Book”. The transparent page holder keeps a book open while you are working on other tasks such as cooking, using a computer, etc. It is made of acrylic.

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Issei Miyake and Reality Lab.

Issei Miyake and Relaity Lab. collaborated and released a series of lamps titled “In-EI ISSEY MIYAKE”. “In-EI” means “light” and “shadow”, which is aesthetics traditionally appreciated in Japan. Recycled polyester used for the lamps is strong and does not require an internal structure, and at the same time, it is possible to fold it down when not in use. It is a winner of iF design award 2013.

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Kobito by Miyuki Fushitani

“Kobito” was designed by Miyuki Fushitani, an interior design student at Musashino Art University in Tokyo. It is a set of a cup and a cup stand to use in a bathroom. The advantages of using the stand is that it keeps the cup dry, prevents the cup from getting dusty, and most importantly, makes you smile. “Kobito” has already been released by +d in Japan, and it will be available at | Japanese design shop in the near future. Please send us an email with the subject “Kobito” if you wish to receive a notice when it is released. submit(a) (please replace (a) with @ )

Size: W60×D23×H114mm(stand) W79×D79×H70mm(cup)
Material: Silicon



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Toronc by Metaphys

METAPHYS Tronc is a card stand, which not only holds postcards or business cards in order, but also utilizes information more efficiently by visualizing and positioning the importance of information. For example, important business cards can be put at a higher position.




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