Japanese Product Design

Great examples of Japanese product design, with superior craftsmanship, clean lines and a beautifully streamlined approach.
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Japanese product design: An ordinary home staple, adapted into a functional yet intriguing, space saving object.

Japanese product design: An ordinary home staple, adapted into a functional yet intriguing, space saving object.

Japanese product design: Designed in Japan, this beautiful tray is every organizer’s work station dream.

Japanese product design: Designed in Japan, this beautiful tray is every organizer’s work station dream.

Japanese product design: Inspired by Japanese wood knot puzzles, JOIN Cutlery is a functional decoration piece that will test the skills of even the most savvy diner.

Japanese product design: Inspired by Japanese wood knot puzzles, JOIN Cutlery is a functional decoration piece that will test the skills of even the most savvy diner.

Japanese product design: Created by Japanese designer, Oji Masanori, each solid brass bottle opener is as unique as it is beautiful.

Japanese product design: Created by Japanese designer, Oji Masanori, each solid brass bottle opener is as unique as it is beautiful.

Japanese product design: Built with the idea that sounds enrich our lives, the Wakka (round shaped) key ring adds rhythm to every day and offers a memorable “home” for an item easily lost.

Industrial design: products, home decor, Wakka magnetic key holders

Japanese product design: A sleek take on a classic, this nutcracker not only does its job, but is easy to use and tucks neatly into the kitchen drawer.

Japanese product design: A sleek take on a classic, this nutcracker not only does its job, but is easy to use and tucks neatly into the kitchen drawer.

Japanese product design: Crafted in Kyoto, these elegant kitchen knives are sharp, ergonomic, and minimal in design.

3 fusion wooden kitchen knives by andrea ponti Fusion, Wooden Kitchen Knives by Andrea Ponti

Great examples of Japanese product design, with superior craftsmanship, clean lines and a beautifully streamlined approach.

Great examples of Japanese product design, with superior craftsmanship, clean lines and a beautifully streamlined approach.

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