Hi there! This is Sachiyo from globalkitchen.japan. I’ll be one of your authors of our blog from now on! We will introduce some tips you might interested in, Japanese culture, and traditional events.
Some of our customers frequently ask about our “delivery” system. I don’t argue, YES, it seems very expensive, especially when you choose DHL.
Trust me, we don’t set the high price with no reasons.
Here are some facts that you should know before selecting “delivery options”.
Japan Post delivery save some delivery fee. If you have time to spare until you receive your package, we recommend you choosing Japan Post delivery. Although, please keep in mind that Japan Postal Service cannot be responsible after the package left Japan. Once your package left Japan, the postal office in your country is responsible to complete delivery to your shipping address. Tracking system will change accordingly. In some countries, the tracking information isn’t shown the same between data supplied by Japan postal office and the one by some countries’ postal office.
Don’t you want have your package sent with confidence and ease with tracking visuality?
We advise you to select DHL shipping. DHL is an established private carrier. They will be responsible for the shipment from pickup to delivery, providing detailed and reliable tracking information at every step. Have you experienced hoping your package to be delivered to other place than your original shipping address after the item was already dispatched? This is where DHL comes in! They offer you the power to change the shipping address and set a specific delivery time range online-24/7!
People says “Trust is something you earn not buy”. Well, when it comes to international delivery, this is so not true. If you want to sit back and relax to wait for our product to be delivered to your front door, consider to pay some extra money to do so.
We would like to show you Yutaka Horo enameled ware, which is newly added to Globalkitchen Japan sales lineup. It features good functionality as well as cute design. Its retro color will not only make dishes look better but also enrich your table. It is especially recommended to those who wants to enjoy cooking with cure and pop items or those who decorate their shops to make them catchier.
Have you heard about the Star Festival, called Tanabata? Tanabata is originally one of the looms that chosen girls used to weave kimono for God. Those kimono were laid for good harvest and cleansing. After Buddhism was brought to Japan, we have got Obon, "Japanese Halloween" where we welcome Gods and our ancestors'
Shichirin (earthen charcoal brazier) has been used to grill dried fish, mushrooms and vegetables since ancient times. Its main features are ceramic effect and radiant heating. These enables Shichirin to grill ingredients without losing moisture and flavor. We would like to show you "diatomaceous earth stove", which can slowly heats ingredients by infrared radiation to make them juicer and more flavorful. We will also show you how to use diatomaceous earth stoves.