In Japan, many things are believed to be positive symbols. Each ornament holds a wish and sentiment to be enjoyed or passed to another.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | Okina-OKIMONO
A venerable ornament believed to be the symbol of wisdom and respect within Japanese culture. We hope this Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Okina will bring those meaning and humbleness into your daily life. A vibrantly decorated ornament that can pass this sentiment on, or be placed in the home as a beautiful decoration.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | Sambaso-OKIMONO
Within Okina, Sambaso is believed to be a symbol of wisdom and respect. This Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Sambaso was made with the hope that this brings these meaning into your life.
This boldly decorated ornament and symbol of Japanese culture can be kept within the home or passed to another person as a beautiful gift the Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Sambaso has been made with the love and care of one of our talented Japanese makers.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | Mandarin Duck-OKIMONO
The mandarin duck ornament is believed to be a symbol of happiness and the great relationship between family, partner and friends. We hope this Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Mandarin Duck will bring you these meaning into your daily life. This beautifully decorated ornament can be used to welcome happiness into the home, or pass the Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Mandarin Duck on as a stunning gift to someone special.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | Crane-OKIMONO
Within Japanese culture, the crane is believed to be the symbol of a long life. This Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Crane is typical Japanese traditional ornament. Simplistic and traditional in design, this ornament can be kept as a symbol of longevity in the home, or passed onto another.
Rokubeygama was opened in 1771 in the Gojyosaka area of Kyoto by its founder, Kiyomizu Rokubey. After 250 years, Rokubeygama is currently in its eighth generation and has become a well-respected family of artistic pottery. Following the rise in popularity of Kyo-yaki, the principals of each generation have since been creating pieces using this traditional technique. Under the supervision of the current owner Kiyomizu Rokubey, Rokubeygama continues to produce works that suit the modern lifestyle such as dishes, vases, ornaments, and tea sets.
Our expert traditional Makers in Japan have never sold their products officially outside of their country. Their products are officially available on the Atelier Japan store.
Our makers have stood the stead of time. They have prevailed among huge global disturbances and are still unwilling to go backwards. We champion this aim to be the resilient partner of the digital age.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | EBISU The God of Wealth-OKIMONO
In Japanese culture, Ebisu is a God of wealth and believed that Ebisu brings happiness to you. This Kyoto Ceramic Ornament EBISU was made with the hope from us to you. Vibrant in design, this ornament can be kept to welcome wealth into the home, or be passed onto another.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | DAIKOKU The God Of Wealth-OKIMONO
Daikoku is a God of wealth in Japanese culture. We hope this Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Daikoku will bring you these meaning into your dairy life. Traditionally beautiful in design, this ornament can encourage wealth into the home, or be passed onto another with its sentiment.
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Kyoto Ceramic Ornament | Daruma The Good Luck-OKIMONO
Daruma is a symbol of good luck in Japanese culture. We hope We hope this Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Daruma will bring you these meaning into your daily life. The traditionally designed ornament and its sentiment can be kept for encouraging good fortune or passed onto another. This Kyoto Ceramic Ornament Daruma has been crafted for you to enjoy from Atelier Japan to your very own home.
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Kyoto Pottery Ornament Set | Guardian Dogs-SET
This Kyoto Pottery Ornament Set Guardian Dogs has been assorted of Plates(Large and Small), Tumbler, Cutlery rest. To be used or kept as ornaments, each plate is a charming example of Japanese design. Minimalistic in style, the comforting character of the guardian dog can really be seen.