Founded in 2001 by designer Hiroki Nakamura, visvim has become synonymous with quality and Japanese streetwear over the years. Taking inspiration from traditional sources, the label blends old-world craftsmanship with contemporary techniques creating a worldwide recognizable aesthetic. This time around, visvim releases a cup and saucer set for its little cloud coffee in-house cafe. The cup and saucer set features a mashup of Western and Eastern motifs in its decoration, which are displayed with balance in mind and conveys the same inspirations found in the label’s clothing.
Additionally, visvim also released an accompanying coffee dripper made by a 150-year-old kutani-yaki pottery atelier. Each piece is individually shaped on a potter’s wheel by experienced artisans, who utilize a specially made tool to painstakingly carve out the intricate inner grooves of the dripper. visvim’s cup and saucer set and coffee dripper are available exclusively now at visvim flagship locations. For more information, head here.