Reddish-brown dinner and salad plate with off-white rim - Mashiko-ware made in Japan
Mashiko
Earth
Organic shapes and neutral colors chopstick and spoon rests handmade by Asato Ikeda
free hashioki with order
2 ramen bowls, 2 salad plates, sazanami glassware sake set make up a table setting
Ramen Party
the perfect tableware
Japanese small sake cup Gladdy’s Sounds original swirl type design by Asato Ikeda
Ikeda
host a sake flight party
3 original Hakeme handmade anagama sake cups by Hirohisa Kondo
Anagama
artisan sake cups

Modern Japanese Tableware and Gifts

WAZA Tokyo invites you to browse through our contemporary simple and elegant tableware and gifts made in Japan. 

Our WAZA Atelier Collection features handmade pieces by artists in Japan.  These pieces reflect impeccable skill and technique of craft which is handed down through generations and also captures the essence of modern design.

Our WAZA Kiln Collection  features a modern and sophisticated line of ceramics that captures the spirit of Japan and is made by a blending of artists’ talents and machine.

We are grateful to be able to share these unique pieces -- a reflection of life and artistry from our part of the world to your table.

V-shaped ramen bowl blue white table setting

Tableware

Our Atelier and Kiln dinnerware fuses Japanese traditional techniques with timeless modern design.  We offer place settings or you can mix and match individual plates to compliment your decor.

Cups

Whether you are looking for a tea cup, coffee cup or sake cup, quality and ergonomics is our primary focus.  When it comes to our cups, we believe the tactile and visual experience should be just as important as the tasting experience.

Anagama Hakeme 3 Japanese white crackled glaze sake cup black brush strokes

Vases

Each vase is meticulously hand made and hand glazed. While our vases are made to complement floral arrangements, they are also beautiful as stand alone pieces.

Gifts

Unique and special gift ideas for any occasion. We also offer gift wrapping and a personalized note.

High quality linen cloth Furoshiki with WAZA Tokyo logo - our exclusive gift wrapping option
Visiting Mr. Takenishi

Visiting Mr. Takenishi

Ehime - Mr. Takenishi, Tobe Yaki, and Tradition
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Raising Pottery

Raising Pottery

Contemplating the meaning of "raising pottery".
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Ramen - not just Cup Noodles

Ramen - not just Cup Noodles

A taste of the complexity of ramen.
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