The Lifestyle Box
1. Arita-yaki “Ajisai” (Hydrangea) plate (1item)
A plate with a beautiful “Ajisai” drawn on it.
A non-round plate will be very easy to use for any dish.
Originated from the Arita region in Saga Prefecture, Arita-yaki (Arita ware) is one of Japanese historical pottery.
Its history is said to date back to 400 years ago
2. Mino-yaki Small “Ajisai” plate (1 item)
A small “hydrangea” plate with a light hue.
Use as a saucer or the storage location of accessories, so it used wider use depending on your ideas.
Originated from Gifu Prefecture, Mino-yaki (Mino ware) is Japan’s most popular
pottery. Its history is said to date back to 1300 years ago.
3. Mino-yaki Small soil bell “Ajisai” pattern (1 item)
It is small soil bell pottery. It is “Ajisai” designed.
You can bloom small “hydrangea” around you in this soil bell.
4. Mino-yaki small vase (1item)
The black vase makes the flowers look beautiful.
It’s the perfect size to decorate small flowers. If you can’t go out because of the rain, decorate the flowers!
This towel is made in Shikoku region “Imabari” of the famous towel production areas. It is safe and high-quality towels.
This towel handkerchief is embroidered with cute raindrops.
It is an envelope made of the paper “Washi” made by Japanese traditional recipes. “Shibuki” is one of the classic Japanese patterns. It has a fluffy texture, but it can be written.
This is a postcard that expresses the summer event “Chinowa kuguri”.
What is “Chinowa”? A large ring which is made of “Kaya” installed on the approach to the shrine during the “Natsu no ooharae”. (“Natsu no ooharae” is a prayer event for health in the summer. It is held in June.)
It is said that illness can be avoided by going through this circle.
Contains 2 dehumidifying sheets for shoes. It is able to be used repeatedly!
Bamboo charcoal and silica gel are ideal for combating bad odors and humidity. It can also be used for boots.
This sheet does not release moisture or become jelly-like even if it absorbs moisture.
It is a very popular shrimp snack in Japan.
By the way, “Kappa” has two meanings. One is “Aiba” (raincoat). I use it on rainy days.
The other is “Kappa”. This is the name of “Youkai” (Japanese specter), who is said to live in the river. In any case, “kappa” is a word related to rain. However, neither of the “kappa” names in this snack is relevant. .. ..