Tatami cores

Japanese tatami mats

We have been distributing Tatami mats in Europe for more than 15 years

Fine furniture and Joinery

In addition to shoji we also make a range of fine furniture and Japanese style joinery


Side pressed bamboo

Japanese styele cabinet

Cabinet made with a slatted door and fine handcut dovetails for the carcass

Shoji lamp

A lamp made using dark wood and shoji paper.

Dovetail detail

All our dovetails require a lot of bench time to produce a long slender handcut finish that is the signature of anyone aspiring to craft.

High quality materials

The best shoji require the best quality materials.

Fitting shoji paper

All quality checks and paper fitting done by Kuniko

The Japanese plane

The Japanese plane – so very simple and so very hard to perfect

Japanese chisels

Commissioned from a Japanese sword maker and made from 300 yrd old steel, good tools are a joy to use

Shoji style doors in a Kitchen


Sandblasted glass and timboo are used to give the kitchen a contemporary Japanese feel

Ebony and Glass door

Made with a combination of Ebony Timboo and sandblasted glass this door has a contemporary Japanese style.

Shoji in cherry


Shoji in the Barbican centre made from solid cherry


Japanese style doors called Koushido


Japanese Interior HL

A complete design and installation in a 16th Century Alms house complete with tatami mats and Japanese style cabinets

Japanese olympic team room


Installation of dividing screens, tatami mats and tables for the Japanese Olympic team 2012

Shoji on the ceiling

Shoji put into a Japanese garden to diffuse the light and obscure the glass roof

Yukimi shoji

A screen that can be opened from the bottom to “see snow” The doors are held in place using Japanese steel springs that provide the necessary tension.

Grand designs shoji

This set of contemporary shoji were installed as part of a Japanese room in the Grand Design Monmouthshire project 2013

Bamboo shoji

Run of shoji made using bamboo panels. We offer a full range of shoji made with bamboo.

Shoji cabinet

Shoji cabinet supplied with desk for a reception area – all made from American walnut


Fusuma made using a plain paper with cedar frame in a tatami room. All designed, supplied and installed by Wabi Sabi.

Fusuma in Japanese room


Fusuma made with dark sprayed frames and Japanese paper supplied as part of a complete Japanese room.

Shoji in Windmill Farm

Set of small cedar shoji mounted on metal tracks inlaid into the cabinet top.

Shoji from Henry Lucas


Walnut window shoji used to diffuse the light from the window