Hightide is a brand from Fukuoka, Japan, specializing in office supplies and stationery. We offer simple yet functional products from pens to storage containers, in a variety of styles with a common sense of nostalgia.
Our mission is to bring about a lifestyle of feeling fulfilled, like the ocean reaching high tide.

V :: room

Launched in 2004 located NYC. Lux and Cozy wear, based on close attention to detail and no compromise on quality of materials, cut or sewing,

HARIO Lampwork Factory

All glass in HARIO Lampwork Factory jewelry is skillfully crafted and mounted by hand at workshops in Japan.Talented HARIO craftspeople are honing valuable skills that will lead to original new products and be passed on to future generations at HARIO.

Ouchi Kougei

Ouchi Kogei was founded in 1974 against the backdrop of rich forests in the northwestern part of Oita Prefecture. Since its founding, we have continued to make tableware and kitchen tools with excellent practicality and functional beauty, using high-quality Moso bamboo grown in the bamboo grove around the workshop as a material. Bamboo chopsticks made from supple and straight Moso bamboo are synonymous with Ouchi crafts. Chopsticks, which are light and easy to fit in your hands, have been loved for generations.


The brand was created in 2020 to provide advanced care in its most humble way. Our formulas are safe for daily use and designed to deliver utmost efficacy of what essential oils have to offer.


Founded in 1912, a sensu (traditional Japanese fan) making company that is based in Nagoya ,Japan


“Based on the “gifts” of the antiques, vintage parts, and inspirations that we have collected by traveling all over the world, we design and create items with a twist that makes people smile.
The brand name “Aquvii,” which translates to “yawning” in Japanese, encompasses our wish that a smile would gradually pass from person to person.”

Kanno Orimoto

Kanno Orimono is a tenugui (Japanese hand towels) and towel manufacturer based in Osaka since 1898.
While there are multiple ways to dye and print tenugui patterns, Kanno Orimono works with craftsmen who specialize in a dying technique traditionally called “Chuu-sen”, which makes the finish even on both sides of the fabric.

Reela by Yamato Tokorotani

Founded in 1963 as a Sandals maker in Ehime Japan. Since its founding, with the concept of “walking is living”, we have pursued “ease of wearing” by accumulating research and achievements in walking.Using the production technology of sandals and using wooden molds, craftsmen are handmade and consistently produce.


“Underwear for socks” provides comfort to more people’s feet. A developer who has been suffering from foot stuffiness for 17 years proposes a new inner style that combines “Japanese paper thread” and “fingertip cut 5 fingers”.

DYK by Takagi

Takagi was born in 1866, as a simple sawsmith in Sanjo city, Niigata.
Over the years we have developed into a company selling a wide variety of professional cutting tools.

Choosing tools is the first step to sophisticated cuisine. DYK by Takagi presents kitchen tools that allow us to express our aesthetic sense freely.

M (E)

Deodorant bags that are generally sold leak odors. We have developed a bag that really does not smell. In collaboration with a famous Japanese designer, it is recommended as a gift in a package that does not interfere with your lifestyle.


MARURI is based in Toki City of Gifu Prefecture, Japan, which is a region known to manufacture a large portion of Japan’s pottery. They work with local craftsmen as well as factories to design / produce their original products.

Souta Kiln

Souta Kiln is based in Arita, Saga prefecture in Japan,and making their original porcelain table ware.Japanese porcelain was born in Arita more than 400 years ago,and it is one of the biggest porcelain industrial area in Japan.The tableware made in Arita town, is called “Aritayaki”.


We aim for nothing less than 100%, and create unwavering values.”100%” and “Absolute” may be the domain of Buddha or Gods and something unachievable by human means.However, when you aim for 100% and create something close, it moves the hearts of people and gives birth to an unwavering sense of value.We trust our intuition and create a form that is true to our inspiration.We eliminate all excess and humbly pursue nothing less than “100%”.Commercialization is not the end, we want to further improve and change, and continue to seek what arouses latent desire

Otani Kiasaku Shouten

Healing traditional crafts that are close to daily life In Takaoka City, Toyama Prefecture, we manufacture and sell various metal arts and crafts, including traditional crafts Takaoka copperware. A metal product made by pouring molten metal into a mold, cooling it to harden it, and then removing it from the mold is called casting. We have been making casting products such as zodiac figurines, various figurines, incense burners, and incense stands that are close to you and can watch over you for more than half a century.

Murakami Pile

“Comfortable” towels with abundant designs and reliable quality We want to make good towels. With that in mind, Murakami Pile was born in 1960 in Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture. We would like to work hard to make better products so that everyone will be pleased as much as possible. We want you to cherish “good things” for yourself. We would be happy if one of them was our towel.


HARIO started in 1921 as the “King of Glass” which means HARIO in Japanese, and runs Japan’s only heat resistant glass factory.

Since then, HARIO has been Japan’s leading heat resistant glassware industry in the kitchen ware, coffee, tea, and other fields of the market.



Starting with ANAheim and Upgrade as original brand and Candy Design & Works as Japan domestic brand, we develop selected and original products around the world.


Picus started their business in 2009 to provide products that attracts many users who are long-time users regardless of trend. The “Pure Brass” series such as the card cases, and trays were launched in 2011.
Now Picus makes original designs mainly focusing on desktop items made of pure brass, pure copper, and stainless steel for users to be able to feel and enjoy the texture and secular change.

Happa Stand

Happa Stand blends the Japanese traditional concepts of tea and vessels with the chic and modern lifestyle.

Craft Design Technology

Tokyo-based stationary brand Craft Design Technology was not named haphazardly. The company exists at the apex of its three named elements, with stationary products existing at their intersection, namely, perfect symbioses of craft, design and technology.

Hirota Glass

The start-to finish- handmade process of Hirota Glass makes for the highest quality possible and the total artistry expresses a sense of warmth when touched or seen on the dining table. Current head Tatsuaki Hirota boldly continues the legacy of his great, great, great grandfather creating glassware that captures Japan’s rich cultural epochs for the modern household. 

Sakura Waqs

A small leather goods company based in the industrial outskirts of Tokyo, run by a third-generation female CEO. Started by her grandfather, a skilled leather craftsman who originally began crafting leather bags and belts for Japanese department stores, Sakura has evolved into its own brand of fine leather goods designed in house under the direction of the family matriarch.

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