"LOST AND FOUND TOKYO STORE" where you can find special daily necessities that you want to use for a long time
LOST AND FOUND TOKYO STORE, a popular select shop that opened in Tomigaya, Tokyo in November this year. The work was done by NIKKO, a long-established Western tableware manufacturer in Hakusan City, Ishikawa Prefecture, which has been in business for 113 years. Here are some of our carefully selected selections.
■In the foreground is a general store with carefully selected daily necessities
Opened in an area called Oku-Shibu in Tokyo.
The shop name "LOST AND FOUND" means "storage place for lost items". Like the "NIKKO" tableware, which has been made for a long time based on reliable technology, it is lost in the many things that are overflowing in the world, and it is lost in the flow of the times even though it is still valid. It opened as a general store with a selection of good things that have been put away. Kazuto Kobayashi, owner of the lifestyle shops “Roundabout” and “OUTBOUND”, is in charge of product selection. Approximately 800 carefully selected daily necessities from Japan and overseas are lined up.
There are about 100 items in the store, including toothbrushes. Brushes that can be used as interior decorations, such as the German "Redecker" dust removal brush, are also recommended as gifts.
The most popular item is the kettle from BELMONT, a metal product manufacturer in Sanjo City, Niigata Prefecture. The wide bottom makes it easy to boil water, and it's compact and functional.
Turk is famous for its handmade frying pans. I dare to line up the machine production series.
There are plans to increase the number of items to 1,200 by March next year, including cutlery and cloth.
A white vessel from "NIKKO" that goes well with any item.
Another thing that I would like to draw your attention to is the re-edited “REMASTERED”, which has selected 21 items that enrich modern life from the huge collection of “NIKKO” that has been created over the long history. (remastered)” collection. The new logo, which revives the traditional NIKKO symbol mark “double phoenix”, is also attractive. A white tableware that can be used cleanly for a long time at an affordable price is likely to become a valuable item in the future.