The calender at the 365 charming everyday things exhibition

365 Charming Everyday Things is a project for introducing everyday items that have accompanied the lives of Japanese people. These items represent Japanese wisdom, skills and aesthetic sense, offer practical usefulness in everyday life, and provide a sense of comfort, fun and small happiness to us.

Everyday objects from Japan

A total of 365 charming items have been selected to decorate each of the pages of a day-by-day calendar, and will be showcased and offered for on-site sale at Bastille Design Center in Paris from January 20-25, 2012.

Design from the Japanese exhibition

It’s a good chance to see items loved by the people of Japan, and enjoy the feel of the charming everyday life of the country.

A bag from the exhibition 365 charming everyday things

Below are two images from the layout of the exhibition by Tsuysohi Tane – DGT.

Design of the Paris exhibition

The design of the Paris show

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