Noritake, a Japanese fine dinnerware brand that was launched in 1904, has been celebrated around the world for its delicate design and world-class quality. Okura chinaware, a sister company of Noritake, has high-quality chinaware selections that have been a long-standing favorite of VIPs around the world, and is featured prominently at functions of the imperial family and government of Japan. The makers are holding an exclusive fair inviting diplomats from various countries residing in Japan, as well as foreign business executives. The fair will be held from June 7 to June 16 at Noritake Okura Art China Ginza. Fine cup and saucer sets, 20-piece, 24-piece and 35-piece home dinnerware sets, as well as interior items such as lamp stands will be offered at special prices.
During the fair, the unique Japanese table setting created through the collaboration of Western dinnerware and traditional Japanese industrial crafts such as Edo Kiriko, rattan works and tin products will welcome guests.
For customers who mention this article, a Noritake Ceylon tea bag set will be presented as a gift. Other gifts are a mug for the guests purchasing more than ¥30,000 of goods, and a set of 6 small plates with traditional Japanese motifs of good fortune for purchases of ¥100,000 or more.
Noritake Okura Art China Ginza is one minute from Exit A9 of Ginza Station on the Ginza, Marunouchi and Hibiya lines. It is open from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. The fair is held from June 7 to 16.
Noritake Okura Art China Ginza
Bunshodo Building 2F
3-4-12 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo