Kyotoboutique: Your Japanese online store

Since 2006, kyotoboutique has been an online store specializing in the sale of high quality objects and clothing certified "made in Japan".

In our shop, you will find kimonos, cast iron and ceramic teapots, bento lunch box, lamps, screens and many other decorative items that will match your Japanese interior perfectly. To rediscover Japanese aesthetics, fall for the bags and fashion accessories very popular in Japan.

In our eyes, your satisfaction is essential, which is why we assure you a delivery within 48 hours by colissimo as well as a satisfied or refunded guarantee. In addition, FAMD already has more than 20,000 packages sent since its creation in 2006, so we have experience with packages and will ensure that they are perfectly packaged to avoid any breakage during transport.

Do not hesitate to contact us on 02 50 06 18 40 for any question or request for additional information on a particular product.

Table art

Japanese tableware is made up of more than just tableware in Japan. Fine and refined, it can sometimes be compared to real works of art. Japanese ceramics are also an ancestral art form and above all have an aesthetic utility. Our shop offers you Japanese plates and ceramic bowls, of all sizes and colors, enough to offer you an elegant Japanese dinner service. Obviously, how can we talk about Japanese utensils without mentioning the famous Japanese chopsticks? You will find all kinds, from simple wooden chopsticks to luxury Japanese chopsticks adorned with Japanese motifs. Finally, for all those who wish to avoid the office cafeteria or the fast-food lunch, our selection of stainless steel or traditional bento boxes offers you the possibility of eating healthy and balanced even away from home.


Almost a third of the world's population feeds themselves with chopsticks. They are not just for grabbing food. Cut, pinch, mix, roll up, press, drain, separate, the possible actions are very varied.In Japanese cuisine, washoku in Japanese - which was inscribed on the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2013 - only hashi is used, even to taste a soup. Washoku and hashi are inseparable.Hashis are practically all made from wood or bamboo in Japan. In Southeast Asian countries where chopsticks are used, they can be found in metal, ivory or plastic.

Bento Box

A bento is a quick meal contained in a box. This small box, almost always compartmentalized, is quite simply used to present and take lunch at noon, as much for children who do not always have a school canteen as for adults for a quick lunch break at their workplace. Japanese bentos are almost always homemade and show a lot of inventiveness, to be as pleasing to the eyes as to the taste buds.Bento boxes are increasingly popular outside of Japan. Due to their fairly small size, bento boxes make it possible to prepare balanced meals, and to control portions for those who are watching their weight. In addition, there are very original forms of bento that change classic transparent boxes.Home-prepared boxes are usually surrounded by a furoshiki, a piece of fabric surrounding the box to insulate it thermally and tied above it, making it easier to wear.


Japanese interior decoration is above all an art of living. The watchwords of Japanese decoration are sobriety and minimalism. Although the decorative elements must remain simple and practical in their form, the Japanese decoration knows how to match a little fantasy at the level of the patterns. The most common and stylized Japanese motifs are cherry blossoms, birds, fish or the trendy seigaiha motif which means "wave of the blue sea". Thus, you will find in our shop a selection of Japanese cushions, simple in their shape and original in their patterns.