Tomobako

It's a box

Tomobako

Keep in it whatever you like.

Mesita

A different take on Traditional

The traditional Tomobako is a wooden box that was used to keep fine ceramic pieces. More than just for transportations it had, written on the outside, the size and description of the object that it was made for, which made it a kind of proof of authenticity. It was usually kept closed with knotted ribbon (Kumihimo) tied on top of the lid. Our design is different, but it is inspired by this tradition of caring for the quality achieved by masterful craftsmanship.

Tomobako
Tomobako

Ready to enjoy

We're not so fond of shipping air... that's why it comes in a nice flat package. You'll enjoy the simpleness of its design when setting it up. Not hard, just fun ;-)

Tomobako

Natural Beauty

Oak wood is hardwearing and makes for a very durable design. The waxed finish lets you enjoy the natural touch of the wooden surface while it still protects it against staining and keeps dust from grabbing.

MaterialsEuropean grown Oak wood / Cotton cloth tape
Size (cm)16 x 16 x 10
Warranty and Return PolicyYou have 15 days after delivery to return any product. And we offer a minimum 2 year warranty on all our products. Please read our Terms and Conditions of Sale for more information.
With or without TaxesAll our Prices include Taxes. For places outside the EU, tax value will be set to 0%.
CustomsOrders from countries outside the EU may require the customer to pay for local Taxes and Customs charges. We advise you to find what your countries' policies are before buying (ask us, maybe we already know).
  • Tomobako

    €49,50 Tax included

    Time until shipping: 1 to 2 weeks.

    Late for the party? We have the solution: If you want to offer it as a gift and you think it will not make it on time for the big day, we will send you something to take with you and not turn up empty handed...

    Assembly:

    You'll have a good time making the knots to close this design. Don't worry if they don't come out perfect the first time, you'll get better with enough practice.