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NOUSAKU CORPORATION

Founded in 1967. Located in Takaoka city, Toyama prefecture, Japan. Manufacture and sell tin products and other casting products.

  • KAGO-Square (A tin basket):  Living room by Rin crossing

    KAGO-Square (A tin basket)

    A basket made by tin that can be bent freely. Crafted by the traditional processing technique of Takaoka city, Toyama prefecture. It can be used in many ways such as a basket for fruits or wine bottles, lamp shades, etc.

  • Kuzushi - Yure (A sake cup/ small bowl):  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Kuzushi—Yure (A sake cup/ small bowl)

    Editors’ Ideabooks with this photo
    Ideabooks: 1
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    A sake cup/ small bowl that is made by tin hundred percents. Crafted by the traditional processing technique of Takaoka city, Toyama pref. It is a round and adorable item.

  • Tea spoon:  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Tea spoon

    Editors’ Ideabooks with this photo
    Ideabooks: 3
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    A tin tea spoon. Crafted by the traditional processing technique of Takaoka city, Toyama pref. Tin has bactericidal effects, so it is a suitable material for touching food.

  • Long plate:  Kitchen by Rin crossing

    Long plate

    A long tin plate. Crafted by the traditional processing technique of Takaoka city, Toyama prefecture. Tin keeps the freshness of the food, so it is suitable to be used as a plate for appetisers.

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