COSMIC WONDER with Kogei Panks sha 
“Omizue: Iwamino-Kamito-mizu ” The first edition

May 18, 2017 | News 



An art document “Omizue: Iwamino-Kamito-mizu ” is being published on the occasion of the exhibition, August 2016 at Iwami art Museum.

This book includes an introduction of various tools for Omizue,Yurie Nagashima’s photographs, text by Kogei Punks Sha, Naoto Ishii, Kenji Mukunoki (Shimane Art museum) and Risa Hirota (Iwami Art museum).

All contents of the work” Omizue: Iwamino-kamito-mizu” are collected.

Cover paper is letterpress on Jadoshi (Sekishu-Washi is used by Iwami Kagura). Composed of mimeograph printing, a piece of Washi from Paper koromo attached.



Released on May 18, 2017


Book concept: Kogei Punks Sha


21cm x 26.5cm
53 Pages
300 copies


Published by Iwami Art museum

Available from Iwami Art museum, Center for COSMIC WONDER, gallery Hakuden


Order at Online Store

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Light Years
Winter preparations

Oct 07, 2016 | News 



COSMIC WONDER “Light Years” winter items are now available at the Center for COSMIC WONDER.


Herbal dyed pure sheep’s melton coat and dress, pure sheep’s thick melton woolen haori-coat, mountain wool knit garment, Tasmanian premium wool knit garment, naturally tanned leather folk shoes.


With season’s fresh cup of tea, we look forward to your visiting.

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Koromo of summer

Apr 29, 2016 | News 



Spring / Summer all items are now available at the Center for COSMIC WONDER and Center for COSMIC WONDER Online Store.


In a beautiful season, we sincerely look forward to your visiting.



5-18-10 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Open 11am – 7pm | Closed on Wednesdays

T. +81 (0)3 5774 6866

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Nihonno Ishi
Elemental Enjoyment

Dec 11, 2015 | News 



Finely selected natural stone accessories from various regions of Japan are available at Center for COSMIC WONDER from 12th December, 2015.



5-18-10 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Open 11am – 7pm | Closed on Wednesdays (We are open on Wednesday, December 23)

T. +81 (0)3 5774 6866


*Center for COSMIC WONDER will be closed for the Year-end and New Year Holidays from Monday, December 28, 2015 until Sunday, January 3, 2016. (Closed at 6pm on December 27)

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Herbal dyed pure woolen collection

Nov 11, 2015 | News 



Made of 100% pure sheep’s light melton. Colors are produced with herbal dyes ; areca catechu for beige and brown, logwood for navy and black.


All the COSMIC WONDER 2015 winter items are now available.



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COSMIC WONDER with Kogei Punks Sha
Kamino-hikarino-awa Water Ceremony
Art book

Oct 24, 2015 | News 



A limited edition art book “Kamino-hikarino-awa Water Ceremony” published on the occasion of the exhibition “MIERU kami“, 2015. Composed of letterpress and mimeograph printing. Limited edition of  250 copies.


The special edition includes the art book, a color print by Yurie Nagashima, a piece of 8mm film by Nobuhiro Shimura. All are housed together in a paulownia wood box. Limited edition of 15 copies.


Available from Center for COSMIC WONDER, Center for COSMIC WONDER Online Store
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Nemagari-bamboo basket

Jul 04, 2015 | News 



Takezaiku woven of nemagari-bamboo native to Togakushi in Nagano prefecture, Japan.
Made entirely by hand by a skilled artisan, beginning with the gathering of bamboos in Mt. Togakushi.



5-18-10 Minami-aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Open 11am – 7pm | Closed on Wednesdays

T. +81 (0)3 5774 6866

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Keiko Maeda in Kyoto
Photos by Anders Edström

Jun 16, 2015 | News 



 “The Solar Garden” was a Cosmic Wonder clothing project that ran from 2010 until 2014. The project was developed around the concept of harmonious coexistence with nature. These quiet portraits of a woman wearing Solar Garden clothing were taken in Kyoto, between 2011 and 2012, by Anders Edström.

As of 2014, Cosmic Wonder has taken another step in its evolution by exploring ways of circumventing existing manufacturing practices with alternative methods of production. Guided by the gentle light at the root of the universe, Cosmic Wonder extends its activities deeper into the roots of life.

This book includes an essay called “In Glass” by Japan-based critic and editor Cameron Allan McKean.



Published by The Spring Press, NYC


First Edition 500 copies


56 pages

40 color plates

21.6 cm x 27.9 cm

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