Add a touch of Japanese innovation to your life with these product designs!

The land of sushi, sake, and ramen has slowly and steadily created an impact on our daily lives. With minimalism becoming a huge hit, we have always been inspired and enchanted by what makes the Japanese style of design and architecture so unique, in a way that it can be easily identified, yet carry all the functionalities we ever needed and then some! The Japanese design style has evolved and the products curated here today aim to bring a small slice of that wonderful culture into your everyday life with these innovative designs.

Japanese studio Nendo presents a collection of black wire furniture with Phillips de Pury & Company  

Japanese minimalism gets a geometric spin with German-influenced Bauhaus design in this timeless unisex shoes by THEY New York. Japanese Sneakers 

Gerardo Osio created a series of transportable objects that were inspired by Japanese culture and traditional crafts designed to be taken from place to place, as a way of always having something familiar with you

Arc coffee table designed by Ditte Vad and Julie Begtrup for Woud Design 

The SAND clock’s hand creates ripples in the sand as it moves along in the first 12 hours of the day, and then erases them over the next 12 hours, by Studio Ayaskan 

Kuroi Hana is the fusion of London design with premium Japanese AUS-10 steel with a dark floral pattern that is unique to each blade by Edge of Belgravia

The Babu Chair comes inspired by the traditional floor-sitting arrangement by TORU

Miniature Cat Furniture produced by Okawa city hopes to promote the area in Fukuoka, a hub for professional craftsmen specializing in traditional crafts such as woodworking, hardware, glass, and cutlery 

The Omotenasino Otomo are disposable paper plates employ an Origami-esque pattern, and their innovation lies in the treatment of the paper, which makes it washable and reusable by Otomoshikki 

The Magemono tumbler comes made with a Hasamiyaki porcelain inner vessel, and a Magemono Japanese cedar wood sleeve around the outside, in signature fashion by Tomoya Nasuda 

The Wabi lounge by Guilherme Torres

The Sushi Shopper by Ben Liu of The Daydreamer Studio