Furniture for projects

Made in Japan


Valuing ​the beauty and the texture of natural materials, Time & Style is characterized by creating simple, finely detailed products that use traditional techniques handed down in Japan.

While we incorporate machining in our factories in Hokkaido and elsewhere in Japan to ensure the stable supply of our products, we craft products with the delicate sensitivity and the high precision of Japanese artisans, with many processes involving hand-crafting.

Any quantity


From design to manufacture, all of our furniture, lighting, tableware, and other products are originals. We offer products that fit a wide range of spaces, from private residences in Japan and overseas to large-scale projects.

Whether standard original products or full orders, we meet the needs of our customers through production to order at our factories and production by factories and craftspersons elsewhere in Japan.

High quality


We use only carefully selected, high-quality materials. To maintain stable quality and cost, we have prepared an end-to-end production system. We purchase domestic logs for a portion of our timber and handle all processes from sawing, drying, processing, and painting at our factories.

We make the source and the age of logs we purchase clear and carry out durability testing and repeated strength testing based on our strict in-house standards to create furniture that will be loved for a long time.

Working together


Time and Style offers furniture, tableware, and more in collaboration with globally active architects and designers. Products that combine the perspectives of these architects and designers with traditional Japanese crafts create new value.

We are working together with the designers and architectures from visualization of the product concept to development and manufacturing. This collaboration yields products that become part of the Time & Style collection.

Some of our customers

Kengo Kuma and Associates

Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP

Nori Architects

Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects

Claesson Koivisto Rune Architects

Kengo Kuma and Associates  |  Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP  |  Nori Architects  |  Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects  |  Claesson Koivisto Rune Architects

Case studies