This book is not a reprint of "How to Wrap Five Eggs" as the title would imply.
There is a kind of reverence and gratitude with which the Japanese treat simple objects, that is both intriguing and inspiring.
So it's back to no 'truth in advertising' and a big 'BUYER BEWARE' even here in the book lists.
Lovely book with photos of a nearly bygone era. Handcrafted and elegant with simple and beautiful containers. Proof that going green with packaging is like coming home.Published 1 month ago by sally
One of the most amazing books that I own, presents unique solutions to everyday storage issues. Such as why 5 eggs?Published 14 months ago by Glen Douglas Hewitt
I have always wanted to own a copy of this beautiful book.
There is a kind of reverence and gratitude with which the
Japanese treat simple objects, that is both... Read more
I have just got into packaging this quarter at my school and my teacher introduced the class to this book. It's a great book. Beautiful images. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by chris
I bought this book as a pre-order item a few years ago and was so disappointed when I received it. This is a black and white photo catalog (and not a very good one, either), not a... Read morePublished on September 19, 2010 by S. A.
The book is great and was sent quickly in great condition. The photographs of the japanese packaging are astounding just as much as the unique creativity of packaging.Published on April 11, 2010 by Helen W. Koh
This book is absolutely stunning! The Japanese art of packaging is so compelling. The images are large, and of high quality. Read morePublished on September 23, 2009 by I'm not Nickolai