https://youtu.be/mZxm70Y7UD0 **Tokyo Vase / Tokyo Vase** Made of recycled paper, the inner layer is coated with natural latex to make the product 100% waterproof, the appearance maintains the texture of the paper, and the Japanese style is uniquely decorated with fallen lines. The OOhh series of products are hand-finished by local women in Sri Lanka after the materials are made. Each has a fair trade product with no trace of second-hand feeling. If you mind, please consider it before placing an order~ Thank you :) **size/** Small D 8cm (narrowest) / 11cm (widest) x H 15cm Mini D 6.5cm (narrowest)/10cm (widest) x H 12cm **Material /** Recycled paper + inner waterproof coating **Product Design /**Denmark **Place of Origin /**Sri Lanka **Instructions/** It is suitable for indoor space and is used in the same way as general vases. It is recommended to pour out the water after each 3-4 weeks of use and dry it for 2-3 days. **storage method/** Please keep it in a cool, ventilated place and avoid direct sunlight. **brand introduction/** "OOhh...okay, aha, really, is that possible?" After the establishment of the OOhh brand, Lübech Living from Denmark often heard people react “OOhh...okay... is this possible?” Because of the use of recycled materials, we often have the established impression that it may not be so practical, and there is no sense of design, but through OOhh, the Nordic style of simple design and fallen lines, so that the appearance of the goods can not be seen using recycled materials The environmentally friendly and sustainable products, how to make people feel amazed while seeing, while maintaining the practicality and durability of the goods, is the pursuit and mission of OOhh. https://www.sungardening.com.tw/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/IMG_1560ladies-1030x773.jpg **MADE WITH LOVE AND CARE** Fair trade is not a new concept. It has been international for many years. In 2011, Lübech Living contacted the local team in Sri Lanka through the introduction, which was also the beginning of OOhh's founding. Through project cooperation, a group of women with poor living conditions in the local area were recruited by hand, and recycled materials were used as raw materials to develop a series of flower and home decoration accessories. To date, Lübech Living has established a very close relationship with the local team, visiting Sri Lanka 4-5 times a year, turning the design into physical goods and learning more about the local materials that can be used. Now, 200 women can rely on making OOhh products at home as an important source of income in their lives, and they can also take care of their families. Through the development of OOhh, we hope to expand the team and help more families. .