Apr 182014
The following is a list of local furniture stores selling Japanese style furniture. Discover the types of Japanese furniture on offer, the different designs available, and their prices. Read on to find out more.



Ki-mono.net offers Japanese products for your home and everyday living; the company promises customers affordable and high quality products, and they hope to provide Singaporeans a taste of the Japanese quality of life. You’ll find many different category of furniture at their store; some of these furniture include chairs, tables, desks, TV boards, dressing tables, beds, racks and shelves. In addition to furniture, Ki-mono.net also offers home accessories like seat covers and mirrors.

The prices of their furniture is definitely not the cheapest, however, their items look really well built, and they’ve all got a distinctive Japanese aesthetic. If you’re looking for stools and chairs, the starting price is around $70, and it can go up to over $500. Their tables and desks start at over $100 for small children’s table, and can go up to over $1500 for more elaborately designed children’s desks.

While they have furniture for adults, it appears that quite a few of their furniture is made for kids. They have a considerable furniture range for kids; some of their brands include Na Kids, Geuther, E.Ko, and ULA.


If you’re looking for a better price for their furniture, consider looking at their sale section where they offer their items at a discounted price. There are over 100 different furniture and home accessories on sale, from trolleys to standing cloth hangers to side tables. Some of their discounts go up to 40%.

You can visit their pop-up store at Westgate, #02-47, 3 Gateway Drive, Singapore 608532 (Next to Jurong East MRT station). Their operating hours are 10:30am to 10pm daily. You can visit their website here.



Atomi is a lifestyle boutique offering furniture and home accessories with a Japanese theme. The company aims to serve their customers straight from the heart, and provide them with the items needed for a comfortable lifestyle. You’ll be able to find different types of furniture at their store; some of the furniture they offer include sofas, shelves, chairs, tables, TV consoles, and many more.

Atomi features over 20 Japanese designers and brands of furniture and home items in their store, some of them include Asahineko, Atelier Penelope, Donut, Essence Of Life, Fog, Graf, and many more. Atomi states that all of the brands they carry are well known in Japan, and that they can only be found in their store in Singapore.


In addition to furniture, you’ll also be able to find many home items and decorations at atomi, some of them include teapot set, baking trays, cutleries, wooden animal carvings, and even music CDs.

Atomi is located at #04-27 Mandarin Gallery, 333a Orchard Road Singapore 238897. Their opening hours are 11am – 8pm, Monday to Sunday. You can contact their store at the following number, 68874138, or drop them an email at info@atomi-jp.com. Visit their website here.

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Francfranc World

Francfranc World is a designer and retailer of Japanese home lifestyle products; they offer a wide variety of items ranging from furniture, accessories, lighting, personal gifts and other designer items. The company aims to offer their customers with high quality designs at affordable prices. When you visit one of their stores, the company hopes that you’ll find the shopping experience remarkable and immersive.

Some of the types of furniture you’ll find at Francfranc World include sofas, coffee tables, side tables, dining tables, cabinets, ottomans and more. You’ll also find a considerable collection of textiles at their store, including cushion covers, sofa covers and bedding. If you’re looking for traditional Japanese arts and crafts, you’ll be able to buy many different decorative and functional items like vases, pots, baskets, bowls, cups, and even hand mirrors.

Francfranc World is located at JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1, Singapore 609731, #02-27. Their store is open everyday from 10am to 10pm. You can visit their website here.



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