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NEW IN: KINTO JAPAN, FELLOW, HARIO JAPAN

by Michelle L. on August 16, 2021

This week, we're so excited to share that we will now be carrying home goods from KINTO Japan, Fellow, and Hario Japan. Keep reading to learn more about each brand.


KINTO Japan:
Let your day be filled with what inspires you. It's about slowing down and seeing the beauty of nature in the change of seasons.​  It's about savoring a delightful dish with close family and friends to unwind and feel wholesome. It's about coming to understand the joys of finding things that feel just right in your hands.​ ​ We imagine the scenes that enrich your life to develop and bring you products with genuine creativity and thoughtfulness.

Established in 1972, KINTO started out as a wholesaler of tableware in Shiga, Japan. They eventually began developing their own line of products, with a passion to create products that bring comfort and inspiration into the everyday life. Since 2010, their products have been exported worldwide. Subsidiaries have been established in Europe in 2016, and in USA in 2019. Ranging from tableware, drinkware, to interior accessories, they work to deliver products that inspire and give fulfillment with every touch and use.

 


Fellow Products:
Fellow began as a Kickstarter project by passionate coffee lovers who combined product design with a specialty coffee background. A product design company based in San Francisco, Fellow focuses on delivering tools to help you brew a better cup at home. They make the award-winning Stagg EKG Electric Pour-over Kettle, the Atmos Vacuum Canister and the Prismo for Aeropress.

 

Hario Japan:
The company has been dedicated to the design, production, and sale of heatproof glass since it was founded in 1921 and is the only heatproof glass manufacturer in Japan to have a factory. Hario began their history as a manufacturer of laboratory glassware. In 1948, they expanded their production to household items, starting with the coffee syphon. They also began producing lenses for automotive headlights in 1980. Today, Hario continues to make a variety of items, from microwave-safe kitchenware and coffee and tea implements, to aromatherapy and pet products.
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