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Reflecting its owner's heritage, Hackney's Momosan Shop brings together Japanese and British homewares.

Momoko Mizutani opened her homewares shop in London’s Hackney neighborhood in 2014. With a lovingly curated selection of items from Japan and the United Kingdom, Momosan Shop reflects its owner’s personal journey: Mizutani grew up in Japan and now calls Britain home.

Amongst its diverse offerings, the shop boasts renowned Asian pottery, pillows from British textile designer Eleanor Pritchard and ceramic teapots from Japan’s Aichi Prefecture. Whether you’re looking for organic tea, a charming baby rattle or simple and elegant jewelry, Momosan Shop is the place to go.

Momosan Shop
79A Wilton Way
London, E8 1BG
United Kingdom

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