WELCOME TO WAVOCA ONLINESHOP
2021.4.14 GRAND OPEN
Feel and See the Japanese Culture, to Convey and Continue Traditions.
Information from Shop
2021.4.27 Special gift for a special person 【Gift wrapping is now available】
2021.4.26 Notification for Golden week*1st May 2021 - 5th May 2021
During Golden week, we will stop the shipping process. If we recived your order on this period, we will start shipping from 6th May 2021.
We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you for your understanding. （*It's a period of consecutive bank holidays in Japan.）
19 April 2021: Added a new information column.
（About Items）Added 3 new items which are 3JIKUORI Denim Original Purse【kp06-06】【kp06-07】【kp06-08】.
14 April 2021: WAVOCA ONLINE SHOP GRAND OPEN.
9 April 2021: WAVOCA ONLINESHOP Press released
31 March 2021:WAVOCA ONLINESHOPpre opened（until 8 April）
※We also have a campaign on the official SNS. Please check it out now.
Our Kyoto Nishijin Ori Textile is s 100% silk material, woven with strong twisted yarn (called Kyonenshi), it feels good on the skin, absorbs moisture easily, and dries quickly. In addition, we do not perform any chemical processing on the inner fabric of the mask and use 100% cotton natural material so that it can be applied to people with sensitive skin. 【SEE PRODUCT】
WAVOCA-Origin and meaning of the name-
Meet only one thing in the world ~ 3jikuori accessory series ~
About ShuShuKen Inc.
SHUSHUKEN started from as a project called “Hyakunin-Hyakkyo”, one of a Kyoto city winter program which was held from the winter of 2005 to the spring of 2006. We participated in that event as an experimental project team based on Kyo-Machiya (Traditional Kyoto style house).
Since then, in every autumn between 2006 and 2010, we had continued that experimental project such as Hyogu (paper hang) workshops, demonstrations of a Buddhist statues sculptor, Kyo-kazari (Kyoto traditional metal work) and Kumiori (Traditional fabric making) which was organized by Japanese traditional crafts association.
After that, we set up a company in 2010 to continue projects for ourselves, also in order to be handed down historical records of Kyoto traditional industries to future generations. We also would like to introduce materials and products those are used in traditional industries through our business.
Our mission is rediscover values of Traditional arts and crafts, and take over it.