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Large selection of Japanese designers. Choose your favorite artist and discover his or her latest creations.
Kazumi Nagano is an artist reaching back to ancient traditions and reinterpreting these in a contemporary form.Visit her collection.
Nahoko Fujimoto - The harmony created by these delicate pleats evokes the sweet and pleasant memories of my childhood. Visit her collection.
Ritsuko Ogura uses cardboard to make jewellery, giving new life to a material that is normally used for packaging and then discarded after use. Visit her collection.
Takako Komiya uses titanium as her preferred material. This material has the advantage of being light and has an array of colour variations. Visit her jewellery collection.
Japanese-style Damascene inlay is one of the traditional Japanese metal crafting techniques, which attracted Torigaski's attention when she moved to Japan. Visit her jewellery collection.
Yu Hiraishi defines herself a jeweler and a sculptor. I create jewelry from a sculptor’s point of view. Visit her jewellery collection.
Yukiko Kakimoto realizes her ceramic jewellery through the ancient technique of Kintsugi.Visit her collection.
Mineri Matsuura is a Japanese artist who is inspired by the nature, architecture and art of his country with Buddhist and Zen influences typical of his culture.Visit her collection.
Type: Brooch - Unique piece Materials: Shibuichi, 18K gold, fine silver, 925 sliver, 18k gold leaf
Type: Brooch - Unique piece Materials: Black shibuichi, fine silver, fine gold, 925 sliver, gold leaf, rhodium plating
Type: Brooch - Unique piece Materials: Yellow gold, silver, nylon thread
Type: Earrings - Limited Edition Materials: Anodized titanium