KitchenBay is a wholesale company that offers high-quality products for the kitchen and home. Our original, contemporary selection is made in Japan using traditional craftsmanship techniques.

We do our best to provide customers with creative products that we believe will enhance their quality of life.

Beautiful Function
Functional Beauty

We believe beauty and function should live harmoniously together.

Beautiful Function:
Function without waste is beautiful.

A functional tool created without waste is simple: It is the essence of beauty. Our products, each with its own special function, are truly beautiful.

Functional Beauty:
Beauty with purpose is Functional.

A flower's beauty comes from its strong purpose: to attract insects and spread life on earth. Beauty with purpose has to be functional. Our beautiful products are made with the purpose to help Your life and make it more enjoyable.

Functional Beauty
Beauty with purpose is Functional.

A flower's beauty comes from its strong purpose: to attract insects and spread life on earth.

Beauty with purpose has to be functional. Our beautiful products are made with the purpose to help Your life and make it more enjoyable.

Durable, clean, and easy-to-care-for enamel cooking pots and pans

Tsukiusagi (Moon Bunny), our original product, has a long history with us. Need to leave preserves or stewed beef in this enamelware over night? No problem at all! The surface of the enamelware is the same as that of ceramics — durable, clean, and easy to care for.

If you love to cook, this enamelware will be your best friend in the kitchen!

Tin cups make your drinks milder

Tin has been used for centuries for Sake pots and cups. It’s a purifying substance that makes the taste of alcoholic drinks milder. This material (tin) is very flexible. Even when it's bent, it can be returned to its original shape. You can enjoy shaping and making these accessory trees your own. Give it a try!

Charcoal lined container

Food lovers are always looking for the ideal food container, which is why our containers were fired with charcoal inside. Charcoal has the ability to counteract bacteria and mold reproduction, and keep food fresh for longer, especially pickles and preserves.

Artisan cut glasses and glass pots

In Japan, cut glass making began in the town of Edo (now Tokyo) in the 1830s. Our contemporary cut glasses are made by skilled craftspeople, including aburidashi, an Old World glass-making technique. The aburidashi technique is a way of shaping a glass in a patterned mold to create opalescent designs on the glass's surface.

Chirori, a type of glass pot, was first developed for warming sake in ancient Japan. Our heat-resistant glass pot is also ideal for hot tea. Use our chirori pot to treat your guests to tea time and then a lovely dinner served with sake. Now that’s entertaining!

Beautiful Function
Function without waste is beautiful.

A functional tool created without waste is simple: It is the essence of beauty. Our products, each with its own special function, are truly beautiful.

Ultra-water and moisture absorbent Diatomite ware: soap dishes, coasters and food containers.

You don’t want to leave your favorite soap in a wet soap dish, do you? No need to worry! Our ultra-water and moisture absorbent ware is the answer! Our soap dishes are made of Diatomite, which absorbs unnecessary moisture to keep soaps slime-free.

Our Diatomite product line is also the ideal solution for food lovers who are looking for containers to keep spices, sugar, and flour fresh and dry!

Active filter made of bamboo charcoal. Purifying air with the power of nature.

Bamboo charcoal is highly effective for deodorizing and controlling humidity. It also benefits the environment by reducing pollution. Our bamboo charcoal cubes are the new solution for purifying the air and getting rid of odors in rooms, refrigerators, and closets. It can even absorb formaldehyde and other harmful substances such as ethylene gas, which quickens the aging of vegetables. The cubes are made of bamboo charcoal, which is one of Japan’s natural resources as well as being a biodegradable substance.

From the kitchen to your table – a new generation of earthenware.

It's our tradition in Japan to enjoy hot pot in the winter. Seafood, meat, vegetables, noodles, rice–anything you like–can be cooked in broth directly in the pot. There's nothing like Asian-style hot pot to warm your bones on a cold day.

Our new earthenware goes far beyond the traditional hot pot in Japan, and has been reborn as global cookware. It can be used with any heat source: stove burners, ovens, microwaves, and even induction heating (IH). It's the most convenient cookware imaginable! Not only that, but it's attractive enough to be used on the kitchen table!

Our Material

Our discerning artisans carefully select our products' materials. Some materials you may be familiar with, while others you may never have heard of. We take credit for them, but we are just utilizing what nature has blessed us with.  Each material has a special function: You can experience and enjoy its natural properties through our products.

Diatomite

Diatomaceous earth consists of fossilized remains of diatoms, a type of hard-shelled algae. It is used as a filtration aid, mild abrasive in products including toothpaste, mechanical insecticide, absorbent for liquids.

Our products are made from Diatomaceous earth using plastering techniques, which let us directly benefit it from the natural breathing material that excels at moisture retention and absorption.

Each of them is handmade by our skilled craftspeople. This manufacturer has also done renovations on castles and other historical buildings.

Tin

Tin is a malleable, pliable and highly crystalline silvery-white metal. It resists oxidation and corrosion.

Charcoal

Charcoal is soft, lightweight, comes in black or gray, and is made of porous burnt wood.. Bamboo charcoal is an environmentally friendly material that has excellent absorption properties.

New Earthen Ware

Earthenware cooking pots are traditional cookware in Japan. Earthenware absorbs heat while retaining it longer.

Artisan Cut Glass

In Japan, cut glass making began in the town of Edo (now Tokyo) in the 1830s. Our contemporary cut glasses are made by skilled craftspeople. Each pieces is made by hand taking plenty of time.

Aburidashi, an Old World glass-making technique. The aburidashi technique is a way of shaping a glass in a patterned mold to create opalescent designs on the glass's surface.