Tokujin Yoshioka has long been experimenting with light and space, creating some fantastic exhibits and sculptures to challenge the environments that we live in.
Inspired by the Japanese aesthetic, artist and creative Ann Symes has been using the ancient method of woodblock printing to create unusual and abstract patterns on paper.
A selection of beautifully crafted mobiles by Japanese artist Kayo Miyashita that are made from paper and wire, her eye for asymmetry and the natural order of things is very appealing.
Japanese metalworking factory Nousaku are able to achieve a fine balance between machine and handiwork with their beautiful wind chimes and cast metal objects.
A new maker at OEN shop is Hokkaido potter Kana Tozuka, her works represent a sprinkling of snow and the black-bronze ceramics are almost like antiques honouring a transition in time.
Japanese craftsman Yusuke Tazawa owns studio Think Forest! in in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture where he crafts these beautiful wooden trays. dishes and boxes by hand.