Sasaki Kogei at the Tokyo Gift Show


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As I mentioned earlier, the 69th Tokyo Gift Show is currently underway. If you are going, also be sure to check out the display booth of Sasaki Kogei, who won the Gift Show eco company of the year award last year. They will be showcasing their latest products which includes this beautiful wooden puzzle of all the 47 prefectures of Japan. They’ve used 10 different kinds of wood to differentiate between the puzzle pieces. I’ve been meaning to brush up on my geography skills….

Another great design also using puzzle pieces are these interlocking picture frames! I think some floor-to-ceiling action using these pieces would be breathtaking.

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9 Comments

  1. I love the idea of puzzle pieces as picture frames — what a wonderful idea for any room in the house!

  2. I love the idea of puzzle pieces as picture frames — what a wonderful idea for any room in the house!

  3. I would like to buy some of the items you post on your blog, but the links are all in Japanese. When will you start to sell them on your site?

  4. I would like to buy some of the items you post on your blog, but the links are all in Japanese. When will you start to sell them on your site?

  5. I really love the japanese puzzle with the 47 prefectures of Japan!
    Even when I can’t read it. My problem is that all the links are in Japanese. Is it possible to buy the puzzle at an English website?

  6. I really love the japanese puzzle with the 47 prefectures of Japan!
    Even when I can’t read it. My problem is that all the links are in Japanese. Is it possible to buy the puzzle at an English website?

    • Johnny

      February 14, 2010 at 9:39 pm

      Saskia – isn’t it great? It’s actually so new that it isn’t even available on their Japanese website yet.

  7. I already checked their Japanese website and I couldn’t find it.
    It’s a pity that you can’t choose your language at none of the the Japanese websites I’ve visited. It seems I have a Japanese taste although I’m Dutch. And I’m really spoiled with all the Dutch design.

  8. I already checked their Japanese website and I couldn’t find it.
    It’s a pity that you can’t choose your language at none of the the Japanese websites I’ve visited. It seems I have a Japanese taste although I’m Dutch. And I’m really spoiled with all the Dutch design.

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