To guarantee delivery for Christmas we recommend orders are placed by the 21st December for UK and the 15th December for International shipping. We will continue to dispatch orders through to the 23rd December.
In our recent blog post on Naoshima Island we mentioned Hiroshi Sugimoto, as he created several site-specific pieces for the Japanese art island. Sugimoto is a photographer and artist who also explores architecture and performing arts. Find out more in our latest blogpost.
Oseibo is a Japanese winter gift-giving tradition, a time where people show each other gratitude and give thanks to those that have shown you kindness during the year. Oseibo, meaning ‘year-end’, is often presented mid-December, as an expression of appreciation and recognition.
We are excited to share our first collaboration with Erin Niimi Longhurst, author of Japonisme, Omoiyari and A Little Book of Japanese Contentments, who will be sharing pieces inspired by our latest exhibitions and collections, with a focus on Japanese philosophy.