Reader Q: Where can I find Japanese goodies?

A few readers wrote in to reply to my earlier post about Sock and Glove, asking for some tips on where to purchase Japanese books and magazines. In case you are new to decor8 and haven't had time to scan my archives for Japanese goodies, here's a mini guide to get your started in the right direction. Have fun!


Kanako Yaguchi + Funtrap: Japanese fashion and home products.

Peppermint Pig, Lorina, Zakka Mania, Online Zakka Search, Sunny Style, Pip, and Lumiere Mira. All blogged here.

Maminka: Hand-painted art and other pretty things from Japanese crafters. Via: Wee Wonderfuls, who also suggests shopping ripple, tar-tan and Anano Cafe.

Shop for Decole at Chocoa. There's even a Decole addicts Flickr group!


You can't mention Japanese goodies without Aranzi Aronza coming to mind. Here's a post about them here.

Atelier Akiko. Pillows, totes, quilts... Need I say more?

Also, don't miss Saliva.

Here's some more links from previous posts on decor8:
Japanese Fashion Magazines
Japanese Crafting
Inspiring Images from Japanese Craft Books
Kita Usagi
Purchasing Japanese Books and Magazines, like Real Simple Japan!

Some of these links above are from blogger Wee Wonderfuls. A blog I've been following for awhile, that I really enjoy and feel a connection to. You have to read it if you're not already addicted, it's really crafty and sunny, which is always a good thing! Also check out blogger Buzzville, who is addicted to handmade goods with a focus on Japanese crafts and fabrics.

And don't forget Lou's on Etsy. She is one of my all-time favorite places to find Japanese goodness!


And finally, home goodies from D Bros in Japan. Via: Oh Joy! And thanks for writing in ladies... You know who you are!

(images from lou and d bros japan)