Goods Exclusive

Goods which show the techniques and traditions of Japanese culture and remind you of your journey.

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  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Kobukusa Made by Yuko TSUCHIDA

    Kyoto Prefecture

    Kobukusa (a cloth used in the tea ceremony), which features an original MIZUKAZE design. A geometric crest is formed through gradations of green and gold lines. The upper part has a diagonal wave pattern.

  • MIZUKAZE Original

    Kyoto Prefecture

    A tea set made for refined green tea by a kiln which has a history of around 400 years. It is based in Uji, Kyoto, which is Japan’s traditional tea production area. The beautiful MIZUKAZE green is created from the expertise of the artisan. It is a MIZUKAZE original tea set.

    67 Ujimataburi, Uji City, Kyoto
  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Nakata Hanger

    Hyogo Prefecture

    Original wooden MIZUKAZE hangers carefully handmade individually by artisans at NAKATAKOGEI, a specialist wooden hanger maker in Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture. They are used on MIZUKAZE. The hangers were selected as one of “The Wonder 500”, which is a list of superior local crafts that are the pride of Japan, and chosen by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

    92 Ebara, Hidaka-cho, Toyooka City, Hyogo
  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Inshu Nakai Kiln Tea Set

    Tottori Prefecture

    Inshu Nakai Kiln introduced new folk designs under the instruction of Shoya YOSHIDA, a folk artist from Tottori Prefecture. Its characteristic is its beautiful contrast of dying in green, black and white. This set for green tea was made for MIZUKAZE and is used on the train.

    Inshu Nakai Kiln Pottery
    243-5 Nakai, Kawahara-cho, Tottori City, Tottori
  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Shussai Kiln Tea Set

    Shimane Prefecture

    This kiln in Shimane Prefecture identified with Soetsu YANAGI, who advanced the folk art movement in Japan. It places importance on local materials, and the artisans make items by hand which are practical and show beauty in objects of use. These original tea cups are used on MIZUKAZE.

    Shussai Kiln
    3368 Shussai, Hikawa-cho, Izumo City, Shimane
  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Bamboo Coasters

    Okayama Prefecture

    Made by TEORI, a bamboo furniture maker based in Mabi-cho, Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture. The design features the MIZUKAZE logo, and the coasters have the smooth and pleasant feel of bamboo. They are used in the guest rooms on the train.

    TEORI Co., Ltd.
    1807 Hattori, Mabi-cho, Kurashiki City, Okayama
  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Koubou Onomichi Hanpu Tote Bag

    Hiroshima Prefecture

    An original tote bag made from Hiroshima’s Onomichi hanpu canvas. All the bags are handmade individually, and are MIZUKAZE green, with stitching reminiscent of the gold stripes on the exterior of the train. Its small size makes it perfect for short trips. Each bag has a tag with the MIZUKAZE logo.

    Koubou Onomichi Hanpu
    2-1-16 Tsuchido, Onomichi City, Hiroshima
  • MIZUKAZE Original
    Hagi Kiriko Cut Glass

    Yamaguchi Prefecture

    A MIZUKAZE original glass, made using the traditional methods of Kiriko cut glass from Hagi,Yamaguchi prefecture. The glasses have been specially fired in two colors - green, which brings to mind the exterior of the train and the mountains along the route, and blue, which represents the sea and sky. The glasses are used in the guest rooms.

    HAGI-GLASS art studio
    1189-453 Oaza Chinto Koshigahama, Hagi City, Yamaguchi
  • MIZUKAZE Original N Scale Model Railroading
    (Display Diorama MIZUKAZE)

    TWILIGHT EXPRESS MIZUKAZE travels through west Japan and is based on the concept of a hotel rolling through the beautiful Japanese landscape. This worldview is expressed in this display model, which is created with attention to detail and selected materials. The diorama is an original design which has the observation car as a motif. With carefully chosen materials, including aluminum and stainless steel, the texture helps to recreate the design concept of “nostalgic modern”. Your name and the date of your journey can be engraved on the nameplate.

    Sekisui Kinzoku Co., Ltd.
    1-24-10 Nishi Ochiai, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo