Hi, I'm Taishi Asada, the creator..

Born in 1995. Born in Kobe, Japan.
I've been around the world twice.

I have been to 46 countries: Canada, USA (Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles, Tucson, Flagstaff, Gallup, Albuquerque, Denver, Kansas City, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Orlando, Miami Charleston, Washington DC, New York), Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Spain, France, Monaco, Round the World by Swiss Rail, Liechtenstein, Italy, Vatican City, Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria Montenegro, Serbia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, United Kingdom, Morocco, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Zambia, Botswana, Namibia, South Africa India, Thailand

Online store sales are basically only available only if you are in Japan.
Once the coronavirus has settled down, we will go overseas. Please understand that we will stop selling. Please understand.
If you cancel without paying, you will be put on a list and will not be able to purchase online next time.
Please be careful.

ur is an abbreviation of the English word "your".
Your values, your favorite things, etc...
We want you to be yourself.

"be yourself".
To be yourself.
Jewelry that makes you feel confident when you wear it...

The silver material used in my work is
All silver materials are 92.5%, 95% or more pure.
I use high purity silver.
We make our jewelry by hand.

【The vision of our brand】


"Loved by people, not by society".

To be a brand loved by people, not by society.
We do not want to become a big and famous brand.
We aim to be a brand that is loved by each and every person.
Rather than just being known by society as a whole
We want to be a brand that is loved by each and every one of you.
We aim to be a brand that is loved by each and every one of you.
(We hope that you will visit our exhibition and buy our products, not through direct mail or online sales, where you cannot see our faces.)

【About the packaging for delivery】
In consideration of the environment, we use simple packaging for shipping.
Please understand that we do not ship our products in simple packaging. Please understand.
Please refer to the instagram highlights for the packaging method.
Each piece comes with two types of stickers, a pouch for the piece, and a cleaning cloth for cleaning.
I'd like to thank you for your understanding.

【Delivery time】
As for the number of days for delivery...
The necklace can be shipped the next day.
The necklace can be shipped the next day, but it takes about 2-14 days to arrive.
If you are in a hurry, please contact us.

Currently, rings and bangles are only available at exhibitions due to size limitations.

【About sizes】
For sizes, please go to the instagram page linked at the bottom of the page and see the highlights.
We are currently not accepting orders for custom-made items due to overwhelming orders.

【Return and Exchange Policy】
We do not accept returns for any reason.
Please understand that this is an online store.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Please contact us for initial defect.
We do not accept length adjustment.
Please check out our Instagram highlights for photos of us wearing them.
Please make sure to choose the right length.

We try to make our products as strong as possible, but
However, they are made by human hands.
There is no such thing as an item that will never break.
If it is broken, we will repair it for free within one month.
After that, we will charge $30 or more.
In case of missing parts, the price will vary.
If the part is already out of material, we will repair it with a replacement part.
Thank you for your understanding.
Also, silver beads may turn black due to the ingredients contained in sweat.
We would like you to enjoy it, but
It is possible to restore the original color (price, please consult), so please contact us.

Please feel free to contact us for repairs.

Pearl necklace
The name of the work "DUNIA" = World, Earth, Earth in Swahili.
The creator of this piece has walked around the world and collected parts.
I have connected things from various countries and ethnic groups. This is something I can do because I am Japanese and do not belong to any ethnic group.
I think I can do this only because I am Japanese.

I don't have to say who owns what or where it comes from.
If the world joins hands, we can make something good.
That's why I make DUNIA.
Is this a man's item? Women's?
I don't think there is a need for words.
If you want to wear it, wear it. If you want it, you can have it.

"Borderless  genderless world."

【Bead description】

African Trade Beads
African Trade Beads are trade beads that were brought to African countries more than 100 years ago from Italy, Germany, Holland, Portugal, France, etc. as trade.
They were used for bartering with the African continent and the American continent. These beads were used for bartering with the African continent and the American continent. They include beads that were brought from European countries at that time, but also beads that were made in Africa after the manufacturing method was introduced and developed as a unique culture.
I use antique beads that I have found and brought to Japan over a long period of time, from Europe to Africa, from Africa to the whole world.

White Hearts
White hearts are beads with a white center and transparent color on the outside. I've been using antique beads from all over the world.
... White hearts were first made in Europe in the 1800s, and, like Venetian chevron beads and millefiori, were used to make beads for the African continent and the Americas.
They were used for bartering with the African continent and the Americas.
At ur, we mainly use white hearts that are still made in Europe and the Czech Republic.
We also have some from Italy.

Glass beads
From Italy, Czech Republic, Indonesia, Japan
We use glass beads from various countries.

Navajo pearls
The Navajo pearl is a traditional silver bead used in jewelry by the Navajo people, also known as Native Americans.
The material is silver925.

The material is silver 925.
This is a traditional silver bead used in jewelry by the Navajo people.
... The Karen are a people who value order with nature and believe in animism (nature worship).
Therefore, the motifs engraved on the silver produced by the Karen are all based on the idea of animism (nature worship).
The Karen silver beads that ur uses have a flower pattern called padua with seven dots. It is said to be a flower that brings happiness.
The purity of the silver is over 95%, making it as close to pure silver as possible.

Tuareg Silver

The Tuaregs are a nomadic tribe living in the Sahara Desert in Africa.
The Tuaregs.
The men of the Tuareg tribe
It is also known as the "Blue People" because the Tuareg men cover their faces and upper bodies with blue turbans.
They are also known as the "Blue People".
It is a traditional craft among the Tuaregs.
Tuareg Silver is a traditional craft that has been handed down from generation to generation. 

A pearl shop in Kobe
I buy pearls from a pearl store in Kobe.
Freshwater baroque pearls are used.
The shape of each pearl varies, so no two pearls are the same.
The pearls are mainly produced in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia.

Italian Silver
There is a store in Italy that sells silver beads.
We buy and use chains and beads from there.

Mexican Silver
Mexico is a country that produces a lot of silver.
Mexico is a country where silver is abundant.
I buy small silver beads in Mexico and use them.

Thai Silver
Thailand is also a country where silver is often collected.
We also use hook clasps made in Thailand.

The wire of the pearl necklace is made of several thin stainless steel wires that are coated with nylon and made in Japan.
Only water-resistant wire is used.
We went through many kinds of wires before we came to this one.
For durability, there is no elasticity.

【Frequently Asked Questions】

Q. Is it safe to get wet with water?
A. Yes, it will be fine since it is made of pearl, glass, and silver, which are basically water-resistant materials.
The wire threaded inside is also made of water-resistant wire as mentioned above.
Also, there is no need to worry about the color fading even if you sweat or take a bath.
However, for the silver beads, the part that touches the neck for a long time may fade.
However, for the silver beads, the part of the beads that touches the neck for a long time may turn black due to the sulfur content in sweat (called smoking).
You can enjoy this too.
If you sweat, wash it lightly with water and wipe it dry with a soft cloth before storing it to prevent discoloration.
However, it is not advisable to soak in a hot spring while wearing it.
Hot springs contain sulfur.
The hot spring contains sulfur, which will fumigate all the silver to black.
If you want the blackened part to be restored, please contact us.
Please contact us.
We will be happy to do so (for a fee).

Q. How should I handle works using pearls?
A. Compared to other gems, pearls are soft and delicate. However, they are inherently strong and long-lasting.
If you know how to properly handle and care for them, you can maintain their luster semi-permanently.
First, let's learn what pearls are not good at.
The main component of pearls is calcium carbonate, which hates acids, alkalis, and heat.
The Mohs hardness of pearls is 4 degrees, which is much softer than rubies, sapphires (9 degrees), and crystals (7 degrees).
Be careful not to rub pearls against metals, hard stones, diamonds, or other hard gems, as they are quite soft.
Please be careful not to rub it against metal, hard stones, diamonds or hard gems.
Human nails have a Mohs hardness of 2.0, so even if you press it hard with your nails, it will not be scratched.
(*Morse hardness refers to the hardness of a diamond, with 10 being the hardest to scratch.
The lower the number, the softer the diamond.)

The basic way to take care of pearls is to wipe them. This is usually enough.
When you wear pearls, your own sweat and hand oil will adhere to them.
Skin secretions such as sweat and hand oil are made up of water and oil, and are acidic.
Calcium carbonate is the main component of pearls.
The main component of pearls, calcium carbonate, is sensitive to acids and oils contained in sweat, sebum, and cosmetics.
However, as long as it is wiped off immediately, there is little problem.

However, as long as you wipe it off immediately, you can use it safely for a long time.
Also, be careful of acids and fruit juices such as in food dressings.
Cosmetics such as hairspray, perfume, and lightening fluid can
They can diminish the beauty of pearls, so make it a habit to apply pearls after makeup.
A pearl cleaning cloth is preferable, but any soft, clean cloth will do.
You can use any soft and clean cloth.
Polyester or nylon cloths, such as those used for eyeglass wipes, can absorb water and oil at the same time.
They absorb water and oil at the same time and can be washed when dirty.
They can also be washed when dirty, making them ideal for cleaning pearls.
We provide a storage pouch and a cleaning cloth with every purchase.
It can also be washed when dirty.

We also recommend that you keep your pearls in a separate jewelry box to prevent them from coming into contact with other jewelry.
If you want to keep your jewelry in a safe place, you can store it in a ziplock.

If you store it in a ziplock bag, it will prevent the silver from darkening.
If you store silver in a ziplock or similar container, you can prevent it from darkening.
For more information on how to take care of blackening, please refer to my blog.
If you want to know more, please contact us.

Our quality promise

Quality is never an accident. It is always the result of intelligent effort. We spend most of our time and energy for good design and to achieve high quality. Every single detail from material to technique is thought through with obsessive attention. If our product doesn't satisfy you, we'll take it back.