Minase wooden boxes

Our watch boxes are meticulously handcrafted from high-quality wood, ensuring durability and longevity.

Each box is designed with precision to protect your watches from scratches, dust, and moisture, preserving their beauty and value over time.

Wooden boxes for watches

A unique design and impressive craftsmanship, Minase wooden boxes are the perfect storage for your timepieces.

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Kiri Wood Boxes

Kiri wood, also known as Paulownia wood, is a lightweight and fine-grained material used for Minase watch boxes :

  • Lightweight : With a density of 250 kg/m³, kiri is much lighter than most other woods, making it easier to handle.
  • Durability: Kiri wood is strong and sturdy, providing reliable protection for watches.
  • Aesthetic: The fine grain and smooth texture of kiri wood gives elegance to watch boxes.
  • Sustainability: Kiri wood is a fast-growing and renewable resource, making it environmentally friendly.
  • Repellent: Kiri wood is insect repellent, this is why it is often used as a storage box for clothes or other objects.
Minase are mechanical movement watches made in Japan

Marquetry Boxes

Marquetry wood is a technique where artisans skillfully arrange small pieces of different wood types to create intricate patterns and designs. Minase marquetry boxes are elegant and sophisticated.

Each box is handmade and of high quality, showcasing meticulous attention to detail. Moreover, marquetry wood is known for its durability when properly cared for, ensuring that the watch box can withstand everyday use.


Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. Furoshiki has a long history in Japan and has been used for centuries as a way to transport goods, as well as for gift wrapping, fashion, and home decor. It is typically made from cotton, nylon or sill and comes in a wide variety of designs and sizes.

Furoshiki offers several advantages for packing, including its reusable nature, eco-friendliness, and the ability to create custom wraps for different types of items. All Minase watches are packed in a wooden box and a furoshiki.