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Our New Obsession: Japanese Storage Goods from Matsunoya

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Our New Obsession: Japanese Storage Goods from Matsunoya

September 7, 2016

Last week Margot discovered Matsunoya, a new, first-time-exhibited-in-the-US line at a NY design show, offering the type of humble, utilitarian goods that the Japanese do so well (and that we’re so obsessed with). Here’s how the company describes its vision: “We’re a wholesaler dealing in daily items made by local producers, focusing on a rustic, elegant taste, not mass produced and overtly artistic.” Here are some favorites from the line.

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Above: A Japanese Bamboo Bike Basket.

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Above: The heavy-duty Thread Line Canvas Bag.

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Above: Handmade Galvanized Iron Rice Baskets.

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Above: Simple Bamboo Baskets available in an array of sizes.

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Above: The Sum Broom is made in Tochigi Prefecture.

In the US, select pieces are available at Union Made in SF and Analogue Life.

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