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Apartamento is widely recognized as today’s most influential, inspiring, and honest interiors magazine. International, well designed, simply written, and tastefully curated since 2008, it is an indispensable resource for individuals who are passionate about the way they live.
The publication is published biannually from its headquarters in Barcelona. It also has offices in Milan and New York City.
ANDO's glass was designed by a leading British designer Jasper Morrison, with the concept of "simple glasses that can be used on a daily basis" that was requested by ANDO Gallery. Slightest inclination on the side and roundness on the bottom give elegant impression in it's simple shape. This light and delicate glasses are made in local neighborhood in Tokyo by experienced craftsmen by blowing one by one.
“HIRACHAWAN = shallow rice bowl” are so-called contemporary rice bowl from Hakusan Porcelain, in comparison to traditional ones that are deep and narrow for keeping rice warm. Considering modern living where there is no need to worry about food getting cold as old times, ceramic designer Masahiro Mori designed them wide and shallow in order to enjoy it's various colors and patterns.
They are perfect not only for serving rice, but also appetizer, small dishes, soup, dessert and so on. It has been awarded with “Good Design Prize” in 1993, and “Long Life Design Prize” in 2004.
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One of Uogashi Meicha's most popular teas, its interesting flavor comes from the steaming process used in its production. The harmonious combination of a slight sweetness with the steamed taste leaves you wanting a second cup.
Preparation: steep for about one minute with hot water cooled to 80 degrees.
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