RESOBOX is representing groups of innovative products made exclusively in Japan with the highest quality and the greatest potential to spread globally. However, these brands are not well known within the American market although they are well-made and of good quality.We, as RESOBOX, are always welcoming to new products and are open to hearing your requests and suggestions. We have great connections with Japanese based companies and can look into the products that people are interested in. Please do not hesitate to ask us anything! We would love to expand the potential of Japanese products with you!!
Gyokuro is the finest grade of Japanese green tea. By shading young tea leaves from direct sunlight, Gyokuro has an increased umami flavor and nutritional value. No other green tea has such an overwhelming and delicious umami flavor. Yame has been one of the best places to produce green tea since 1423. Its climate and geographical features allow leaves to have a rich taste and sweetness.
【What is Yame-Hon-Gyokuro?】
・Known as “The Best Tea” in Japan, receiving top prize awarded by Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture at the Japanese National Tea Competition for 18 years.
・ Consists of only 0.013% of green tea made in Japan.
・Yame-Hon-Gyokuro is one of the healthiest beverages as it includes an amino acid called theanine.
Hand-crafted skateboard deck from SEIGADO
SEIGADO is a Japanese company that has designed and produced lacquerware with traditional techniques since 1917.
The lacquerware maker has developed various products collaborated with designers mainly from three prefectures in the Hokuriku region (Ishikawa, Toyama, and Fukui).
Because the founder of the company was passionate about creating new products while continuing to respect tradition, the craftsmanship of SEIGADO has been inherited to this day.
To bring the new value built on its spirits to the future, SEIGADO will never stop trying.
Description／“A New Flower Concept”
Igusa is the material that makes up tatami, a traditional Japanese flooring mat. This material demonstrates outstanding functionalities such as air purification, soaking up humidity and anti-bacterial benefits. Amazingly, it also keeps from six months to up to one year, and does not require any care of it at all, not even water. Instead of using flowers, Igusa can be displayed beautifully as an object. Comparing the two, Igusa is definitely much more cost-effective.
We currently offer 8 different colors of Igusa in three different sizes. More details are listed below:
$15 (Mini・7 inches) ・$24 (Medium・14 inches)・$30 (Large・28 inches)
$30 (S)・$43 (L)
Description／Introducing “Kagamibiraki” from Japan to the world
Kishimoto Kichiji Shoten was stablished in the 5th year of Meiji (1872) in the famous Sake making region of Amagasaki.
Ever since the establishment, most Shirushikomos (straw mat covering sake barrels with the stamp of the brand name) have been produced by Kishimoto Kichiji Syouten.
Kagamibiraki is a Japanese traditional celebration at a ceremony or holiday by cracking open a sake barrel with wooden mallets for a good opening and start, and sharing the sake with people gathered and making a toast. We wish you enjoy the traditional way to celebrate by “Kagamibiraki”
Description／“A well-known super food from Okinawa”
Mozuku is one of the most common Japanese seaweed types that is high in fiber, rich in minerals and vitamins, low calorie and also holds a significant amount of fucoidan that may block cancer cells from developing and growing. Since the product is the dry type of seaweed, it is “weight-saving” (with a dry to wet ratio of 1:25 in terms of weight), “space-saving” and a shelf life as long as one year. To enjoy mozuku, it must be soaked in water for 20 minutes to rehydrate the seaweed.
$458 (=$4.58/10g bag) 1kg（Bag）
Edo-Kirico (Japanese Cut Glass)
Edo Kiriko is designated as the traditional handcrafts of the Metropolis of Tokyo and also to the country, Japan. It is said to have started back in 1834, when Kyubei Kagaya of a glass shop in Edo Odenmacho sculpted on the surface of a glass. The cut is of each piece is very detailed, and the finish is clear and brilliant. The patterns used in our collections are some of the most standard Japanese patterns. They are fine art with traditional and detailed craftsman’s technique that has been inherited continuously for a very long time.
1. $161.21 Hoshi-Kenbishi Old Pair/ Capacity: 200ml Size: Φ83*H87
2. $98.48 Hoshi-Kenbishi Guinomi Pair/ Capacity: 100ml Size: Φ60*H50
3. $124.85 Budou-Moyou Tumbler Pair/ Capacity: 200ml Size: Φ75*H106
4. $124.85 Budou-Moyou Old Pair/ Capacity: 200ml Size: Φ83*H87
5. $83.94 Budou-Moyou Guinomi Pair/ Capacity: 100ml Size: Φ60*H59
6. $124.85 Kasane-Yarai Old Pair/ Capacity: 200ml Size: Φ83*H87
7. $83.94 Kasane-Yarai Guinomi Pair/ Capacity: 100ml Size: Φ60*H50
Oda-Tatami is a new brand of small tatami based on the concept of “from tatami you lay out to tatami you take with” These products are never cheaply made so those who buy them can rest assured of the quality that only this craftmanship can provide. A series of “AOI” is our flagship model, which proudly holds the “Made in Japan” title. Every item in our series is handmade in Japan with the utmost care and love. Unique to tatami, the smooth uneven texture of the products makes the material both cool and warm to touch. The tatami used in the series of “AOI” is water-repellent and three times as durable as a natural rush tatami is, as well as being stain-resistant.
1.$300 Round Wallet a series of “Aoi”
2.$200 Round Card Case a series of “Aoi”
Tabi is health-giving footwear based on the traditional Japanese rubber-soled “Jika-tabi” (tabi boots) worn by steeplejacks and other workmen who require good footing, such as farmers and rickshaw-drivers.
Jika-tabi (meaning “tabi that contact the ground”) were developed to provide a good grip in outdoor areas where footing might be poor. Because the jika-tabi separates the big toes from the other toes, it allows the big toe to firmly grips irregular surfaces such as rooftops, or uneven ground, while enabling the thin sole to transmit the texture and shape of the ground to allow the wearer to adjust their movements dynamically.
①Junmai-Daiginjo Dai-Rita ー A Junmai Daiginjo is made using carefully selected sake rice, milled until only the core remains. It offers a combination of a brilliant, rich aroma and a fine-grained flavor, and is the best product brewed in our Kura. It has an extravagant profile that will enliven any gathering.
②Junmai-Daiginjo Rita ー Junmai-Daiginjo Rita has an elegant and appropriately lively aroma. A soft umami richness typical of junmai-shu types of sake. This Junmai Daiginjo balances the appeal of both of these aspects. After the smooth flavor spreads across the palate, an acid-driven astringency and a clean depth remain.
③Tokubetsu-Junmai Rita ー When enjoyed chilled, Tokubetsu-Junmai Rita sake strikes the palate with gentleness and roundness. But when warmed, it fills out significantly, displaying the condition called “kan-agari.” It’s a dependable, food-friendly sake that will support the flavors of just about any food, including fried food, grilled food and stews.
We design the highest quality lab coats in the world. These top products offer cutting-edge performance that is second to none. Our award-winning, stylish designs, and state-of-the-art fabrics provide the greatest function and comfort available.
All of our lab coats are made from lightweight fabrics that are moisture wicking, stain resistant, and cooling. They provide you with the highest performance and greatest durability for even the most demanding times or environments. Our passion and commitment to quality is unmatched. We produce the very best performing health care apparel you will not find anywhere else.