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Jo and Robert in Japan

Kazari founders and directors, Robert and Jo, are back in Japan on a long awaited buying trip, the first in person for over two years. Here's a glimpse behind the scenes as they hand select items to include in our next shipment along with the delicious food and restaurant recommendations for anyone traveling there soon.   Trips to the two famous temple markets are always a must - Toji and...

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ANNUAL SALE

Kazari would  like to invite our customers to our Annual Sale. For the whole month of June we are offering our customers substantial...

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New Shipment Antique Japanese Furniture

Our latest Japanese shipment has arrived!  Including this immense antique bronze water fountain, which just arrived in the courtyard. Originating from...

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Greener choices

At Kazari we are always looking for ways our business can have a positive impact on our environment. We've recently...

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AAADA Armchair Antiques & Art Fair

The AAADA Armchair Antiques and Art Fair Catalogue is out now. View the catalogue

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A Sneak Peak at the New Japanese Furniture

The latest Japanese shipment has just arrived with some truly gorgeous and unique pieces of furniture. Here is a sneak...

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AAADA Winter Catalogue

The AAADA Winter Catalogue is out now. Featuring 38 pages of quality antiques and unique pieces to add to your...

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Kazari's COVID-19 Trading Hours and Policies

Dear Valued Kazari Customers, We hope you are staying safe, well and happy wherever in the world you call home....

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Japanese Chests: Make Them Your Own.

With broad range of sizes and styles to choose from, we know Japanese chests are a versatile addition to your...

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Chanoyu: The Way of Tea

The Japanese tea ceremony, known Chanoyu in Japanese, is a ritual preparation and presentation of matcha tea grounded in the...

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Latest Shipment from Japan

The first Japanese shipment in a year has just arrived at our warehouse. Our response to the current situation and travel limitations...

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Bali COVID 19 Fundraiser

DONATE NOW  Support our fundraising efforts to aid the people of Bali Through the personal efforts of Robert and Jo,...

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The Kasuri Weavers of Kurume

Kasuri is a term from the Japanese word kasureru meaning “to blur”. It is a Japanese form of Ikat weaving, whereby patterns are...

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