Although we’ve had some of the coldest days in years this winter (did you see our IG post of Kyoto in the snow?), we are starting to see signs of spring here and there- little less harshness in the wind, fragrant spring flowers on display at the local florist, a ray of sunshine on sleepy buds cuddling up on cherry blossom trees, all filling our hearts with hope and longing for a dreamy spring.
Spring reminds you of soft, warm pastel colors, and we have just that for you to have a little piece of spring in your kitchen.
Check them out and color your mood spring-ready!
Ori in Origami means "folding" and g(k)ami means "paper" which is the Japanese art of paper folding. This beautiful ORIGAMI Dripper is inspired by the spirit of playfulness and creativity, combined with delicate crafts.
With the iconic paper-folded-like ribs still in shape, the new AS resin model is tougher and 50% lighter than the porcelain model. It also retains heat of water poured and improves consistency of your brew.
With its aesthetics and beautiful coffee it produces, Torch Mountain dripper has always been our and our customers' favourite.
The finely-crafted, porcelain dripper features special internal ribs which guide the flow of water through the coffee grains. The large outlet hole ensures the optimum rate of flow for consistently smooth, full-flavoured, fresh-tasting coffee.
Each Torch dripper set features an exquisite Japanese Mino Yaki style porcelain dripper with a urethane coated, white ash base.
Famous for being used by the champion of the JHDC 2019 (Japan Hand-Drip Championship) and the JBrC (Japan Brewers Cup), this revolutionary dripper has petal-looking rib structures which secure a sufficient air layer between paper and the dripper.
These ribs enable coffee grounds to bloom fully and create a deep filtering layer to bring out all of the good flavors.
Our all-time favorite ORIGAMI dripper is now available in lovely new colors!
Their new Matte color gives much softer, muted warmness compared to their vibrant originals.
If having your spring coffee with this mustard yellow mug isn’t perfect, what is?
Each mug is handcrafted in Nagasaki prefecture, Japan, using the ancient artisan techniques of Hasami Yaki. Although these traditional pottery crafting techniques are more than four hundred years old, the pure elegance and softly tapered profile of this Claska mug looks perfect in the modern home.