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Merchandise for December '03
The thing that the French poet Baudelaire threw away when he moved.

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3Y01 \4,000 (1 piece)16.5cm in diameter


The thing that the Roman Emperor Nero threw up when he moved.

Perfect replicas
3Y02 \4,000 (1 piece)15cm in diameter


The thing that the Italian painter Modigliani found when he moved.

Perfect replicas
3Y03 \4,000 (1 piece)14cm in diameter


Merchandise for November '03(HOME/Top)
The thing that came from the sky a few days ago.

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3X01 \4,000 (1 bundle)27cm in length


The thing that the Iranian poet Umar Khayyam used one summer day in 1095.

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3X02 \4,000 (1 pair)2cm in length


The thing that came from the sky last night.

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3X03 \4,000 (1 piece)33cm in length


Merchandise for October '03(HOME/Top)
The air that streamed through rapidly over the Dead Sea at dawn in Oct 1, 1003.

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3901 \4,000 (250ml) in the bottle


The air that streamed through rapidly over the mouth of the Nile at noon in Oct 1, A.D. 3.

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3902 \4,000 (250ml) in the bottle


The air that streamed through rapidly over the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro at sunset in Oct 1, 189.

Perfect replicas
3903 \4,000 (250ml) in the bottle


Merchandise for September '03(HOME/Top)
The paper that the Russian writer Dostoevsky used.

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3801 \4,000 (1 piece) 6cm in diameter


The paper that the British writer Emily Bronte used.

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3802 \4,000 (1 piece) 5cm in diameter


The paper that the Italian poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti used.

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3803 \4,000 (1 piece) 6cm in diameter


Merchandise for August '03(HOME/Top)
The paper cup that the ancient Greek historian Xenophon used in his writing.

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3701 \4,000 (1 piece) 8cm in diameter


The label that the ancient Greek philosopher Thales used.

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3702 \4,000 (2 pieces) 6cm in length


The toilet paper that the ancient Greek poetess Sappho used.

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3703 \4,000 (1 piece) 10cm in diameter


Merchandise for July '03(HOME/Top)
The object given to the first man who saw a shooting star.

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3601 \4,000 (1 piece) 9cm in length


The object given to the first woman who saw a shooting star.

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3602 \4,000 (1 piece) 12.5cm in length


The dried sardines the Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi ate.

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3603 \12,000 (photograph with a frame)
photograph size (180mmX180mm)


Merchandise for June '03(HOME/Top)
The metal fittings the German composer Johann Sebastian Bach used.

Best replicas
3501 \4,000 (1 piece) 6cm in length


The plastic parts the Netherlander painter Hieronymus Bosch used.

Best replicas
3502 \4,000 (2 pieces) 2.8cm in length


The screws the German politician Adolf Hitler used.

Best replicas
3503 \4,000 (2 pieces) 2.4cm in length


Merchandise for May '03(HOME/Top)
The toasting net the Italian poet Dante Alighieri used.

Best replicas
3401 \4,000 (1 piece) 23.5cm in length


The mules the French king Louis 14th used.

Best replicas
3402 \4,000 (1 pair) 26cm in length


The lid of the plastic bucket the ancient Greek Socrates used.

Best replicas
3403 \4,000 (1 piece) 26cm in length


Merchandise for April '03(HOME/Top)
The third stone that the first man tried to line up stones in human history.

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3301 \4,000 (1 piece) 4.5cm in length


The stone that a woman picked up on a sandy beach in a spring morning.

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3302 \4,000 (1 piece) 3.5cm in length


A stone.

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3303 \4,000 (1 piece) 5cm in length


Merchandise for March '03(HOME/Top)
The toothpick that the German mathematician Karl Friedrich Gauss tried to use.

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3201 \4,000 (1 piece)


The hairpin that the ancient Egyptian Queen Kleopatra used.

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3202 \4,000 (1 piece)


The popcorn that the German painter Max Ernst ate in his youth.

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3203 \4,000 (5 pieces)


Merchandise for February '03(HOME/Top)
The stone that the man who made the first pig roasted whole in history threw toward the sky.

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3101 \4,000 ( 1 piece)


The half-split chopsticks that the Japanese landscape painter Hiroshige used for having soba lunch with Hokusai in a clear winter day.

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3102 \4,000 ( 1 piece)


The pasteboard that the American inventor Edison had been having secretly late in life.

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3103 \4,000 ( 1 sheet)(227mmX324mm)


Merchandise for January '03(HOME/Top)
The Japanese larch nut that the American novelist Hemingway had been having secretly.

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2Z01 \4,000 ( 1 piece)


The green tea that the first Emperor of Japan Jinmu drank for the first time in his youth.

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2Z02 \4,000 (In the bottle)


The leaves that the ancient Greek nymph Daphne was turned to a bay tree.

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2Z03 \4,000 (2 pieces)


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