Time slowly goes by with each drip of coffee.
The series 'Slow Coffee Style' was born to bring you the taste of coffee brewed by the pour-over method with the relaxed passage of time.
The stainless steel filter is durable and can be used repeatedly. As this filter leaves more coffee oil in the dripped cof-fee, you can enjoy rich aromatic coffee. It can be used with the heat-resistant glass carafe, porcelain brewer, or the plastic brewer.
Place the stainless steel filter on the carafe and put medium ground coffee into the filter. Then drip the coffee by pouring hot water slowly. Coffee dripped through a stainless steel filter retains more coffee oil, which brings you the rich aroma of coffee. The stainless steel filter is durable, and so can be used repeatedly. You can see the dripping process in the glass carafe and know the amount of dripped coffee when it reaches the dot on the server. After dripping, you can place the used stainless filter on the holder, which comes as a set. The holder can also be used as a measuring cup for coffee beans. All parts are stackable to save space.
The gently curved narrow spout lets you adjust the pouring speed and volume of hot water. The lid won’t fall off when you tip the kettle as it is connected to the body. The kettle can be heated on the direct fire as it is made of stainless steel.
A pressed plywood tray with a non-slip coating on the surface. The wide lips on the ends of the tray provide an easy stable grip, while the narrow width lets you use it as a placemat.
We're happy to invite you to the exhibition of two new brands showcasing their collections for the first time outside of Japan.
Ten - a collection of homeware decoration made from hunted textiles such as pure indigo textiles, with some of them having a century old history. Each product is unique as it has been hunted from different textiles sources: kimono, farmer clothes, furniture textiles, and so on.
Tsukamoto - a collection of tableware made in Mashiko, 2 hours North of Tokyo, with 150 years stories of pottery making, following the Mingei movement (art & craft). It's local soil used on their product is the key of its famous property, seen nowhere else.
Both lines are using unique techniques used for centuries in Japan with a modern twist that will softly enhance your home.
Ten & Tsukamoto exhibiton
from April 20th to 4th of May
@ Bows & Arrows
17, Rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth 75003 Paris
Open on tuesday from 1pm to 7:30pm
Wednesday to Saturday from 11:30am to 7:30pm
Arrival of brand-new Porter Yoshida&Co products. To preserve its Japanese manufacturing heritage and to uphold the brand's legendary quality standards, each bag is made by just one craftsman from beginning to end, instead of speedy and automated centralised production at a factory. Find various products from the "Tanka", "Force" and "Heat" collections.