By burning oak branches until they are red hot and then rapidly cooling them, artisans in the Kishu region of Japan have been making Binchotan Charcoal for centuries. Regarded as the best quality charcoal for purifying water, Binchotan charcoal is also known to enhance blood circulation, capture moisture and odors from the air, and stimulate healthy soil in the garden.
OVERVIEW DETAILS Made of solid brass, this Incense Holder is made in Takaoka City, a Japanese city known for its copper, brass, and metalware craftsmanship. With each piece cast and polished by hand, they are small in stature yet well-made. 0.8" (2 cm).
Artisans in the Kishu region of Japan have made Binchotan Charcoal for centuries. Made from oak branches, charcoal has a variety of uses, including filtering water, to bringing out flavor when cooking rice, deodorizing rooms and refrigerators, enhancing blood circulation in hot bath,...
Chic and minimal, the Seamless Long Wallet is made by hand in Japan using an origami-like folding method and a single sheet of leather. Seamless and stitchless, the wallet has an interior divider to keep your bills separate as well three slots for...
Japanese artisans use an origami-like folding method to turn a single sheet of leather into these slim, minimal card cases. Seamless and stitchless, the card cases will keep your cash, ID, and credit cards safe without adding bulk to your back pocket.Comes in...