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MUJUN is a team of young designers who are passionate about bringing Japanese craftsmanship to a contemporary audience around the world. We believe that Japanese traditional handcrafts are still relevant in our daily life, and inspire us to create new things. We work closely with skillful craftsmen across Japan to understand the core values and key elements of their work. We then redesign the crafts to cater to the contemporary audience around the world. We hope to keep tradition alive by addition of something new. Banshu Hamono A collection of various scissors and knives that are produced in the Banshu region in Hyogo prefecture, which is known for over 250 years of history in blademaking. At Life in Style Melbourne, we showcase a selection of top quality scissors and knives for different uses such as sewing, gardening, flower arrangement and cooking. FUJI KNIFE An upgraded version of a Japanese traditional folding knife Higonokami. We added an image of Mt. Fuji on the blade and a bottle opener at the end of the handle to make it more unique and functional. UKEMI A cutting board made of Japanese cypress. It is specially designed for sharp Japanese knives. SURI-BOWL A grinding bowl suribachi, a common cooking tool in Japan for grinding and mashing food. The jagged surface inside the bowl makes it easy for grinding but also leaves enough texture of ingredients. Suri-bowls are perfect for making guacamole dip, mashed potato, or spice mix. MEIGA A wrapping cloth furoshiki with an abstract image inspired by world’s most famous paintings like Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci and The Kiss by Gustav Klimt. This is a perfect be used as an alternative to a plastic bag or a suitcase organizer.


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    527 Nishihonmachi Ono Hyogo 675-1375 Japan
    Tel:  81794632265

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Opening Times >>
Thursday 1 August 10:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 2 August 10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday 3 August 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 4 August 10:00am - 4:00pm

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