News from Kazari + Ziguzagu

Featured - Donna Hay Magazine

Monday, April 30, 2018

Antique Japanese accounting ledgers supplied by Kazari + Ziguzagu have been featured in Donna Hay Magazine. These books date back to the Edo period, 18th century and were used to style contemporary Japanese dishes in the Autumn 2018 issue of the magazine, available now.


Crispy rice cakes with spicy sashimi tuna and green tea



Miso clams with udon noodles and pickled shitake mushrooms



AAADA Melbourne Antique Fair 2018

Monday, April 23, 2018

After a year on hiatus the Melbourne Antique Fair is back on the calendar, presented by the Australian Art & Antique Dealers Association, it will run from May 4th-6th in a new location in the Town Square Pavilion at the Melbourne Showgrounds.  With the opening Gala preview evening on Thursday 3rd May.

For tickets and further information please visit the AAADA website. We won't be at the fair in a retail capacity this year however highly recommend a visit. It's just like walking through the pages of history. 



Art Money now available at Kazari + Ziguzagu

Monday, April 23, 2018

Kazari + Ziguzagu now partners with Art Money, the new, easier way to buy art.  Payments are spread over 10 months, interest free. Pay a minimum 10% deposit, and take your artwork home straight away. This is a great new way to build or even start your art collection, Art Money is making buying art achievable for anyone!

We're now happy to say we are on board with Art Money, watch this short video about how Art Money can help you expand or even start your art collection!
Art Money is available from $675 to $50,000 and once your credit line has been established it can be used again and again. Whether you want to purchase one statement piece or multiple pieces from several partner galleries. Apply Now!



It's a wrap : The Design Co-op

Wednesday, April 18, 2018


After some excellent planning and a few solid days of setting up, The Design Co-op kicked off in style with a packed opening on Friday 24th March. Big thanks to Liz (@onefineprint) and Anne-Claire (@anacastudio) for their hard work in bringing together so many different artists, makers, designers and importers. Check out this short video from the event and images below.

Dining Area - designed by Manuela Millan of Meanwhile in Melbourne beautifully styled with an assortment of our
antique and vintage Japanese pottery tea bowls, plates, vases and decor objects.


Hall way - designed by Manuela Millan of Meanwhile in Melbourne featuring our
very own GIANT cast bronze sculpture of a Rhino

Office space - designed by Manuela Millan of Meanwhile in Melbourne incorporating a contemporary Japanese seto pottery
vase with abstract design in black and white by Kato Reikichi. The full bio and product can be found here.

Entrance - designed by Fiona Parry-Jones of Von Haus Interiors incorporating a contemporary Japanese vase with gold
kintsugi repairs, a contemporary bronze sculpture of a crab and a Chinese pottery parrot.

Bedroom & Study - designed by Lauren Li of Sisalla incorporating an assortment of Kazari's decor objects, including
mizusashi, vases, and Peking glass from the recent Chinese shipment.


Photo credit: Elizabeth Bull