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Madu (Aoyama, Tokyo) – Japanese Artisan Housewares

If you are a collector of Japanese housewares or looking for a unique gift Madu is a great spot. Madu has beautiful collections of ceramics from Japanese artisans. Each collection has a brief outline of the artist, and the shop staff can give you more details. Besides ceramics, they have glass, metal, fabrics and bamboo items. Sometimes Madu offers cooking seminars sponsored mostly by the Japanese artisan housewares companies.

Madu, Aoyama – Japanese Artisan Housewares

I attended a three-hour Nabe cooking class that was wonderful! Madu also has a cute restaurant attached to it where you can enjoy a quick lunch or coffee. This shop is very close to Sou Sou so you can hit two great places at once. Enjoy shopping for artisan treasures. I highly recommend stocking up on many of the home items at Madu. The prices are great value and you may not find this quality of product at other locations. Do not miss this shop if you are visit Tokyo and take pride in beautiful things.

Check out out all our recommendations for places to shop, eat and see on our Aoyama guide. One of our favorite neighborhoods in Tokyo.

Madu, Aoyama - Japanese Artisan Housewares

Madu, Aoyama - Japanese Artisan Housewares

Madu, Aoyama - Japanese Artisan Housewares

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Madu, Aoyama Details
Address: 5-8-1 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3498-2971
Hours: 11:00 – 20:00 Daily
Website: http://www.madu.jp/
Online store: http://hakka-online.jp/

P.S. Shop for more at our favourite Japanese Antiques and Craft Stores, or search for treasures at the one of the many Tokyo Antique & Flea Markets.

 

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