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From MOKUMEGANEYA customer 0005

August 26, 2011 2:30 PM

Mr.Richard Alan Nakane Emmerson


Ms. Junko Nakane Emmerson


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To Ms Miho Kobayashi                                                           

     Ms Miyuki Shinohara

     The Craftsman

     All the staff of Mokumeganeya Omotesando


Dear Friends,


We are writing to give our impressions and to express our gratitude for your assistance in having our rings custom hand made at Mokumeganeya.


We had searched for a jeweller for our wedding rings for quite some time when we came across Mokumeganeya's website and decided to visit your store. We found Mokumeganeya discretely hidden in a quieter street of the bustling Omotesando high class shopping district.  Stepping inside we found a warmth, sophistication and timelessness so rare these days and were reassured and inspired. 


While we are very particular in our tastes we were in fact quite inexperienced when it came to choosing jewellery in this class.  Your staff were exemplary in helping us understand the craft and the rings themselves and was so effective that we were soon able to finalize the designs for rings that were, in a word, perfect. Mokumeganeya did not simply provide what we expected.  You helped us find jewelery that expresses who we are, even though we had never imagined it before.


While the rings were made, professional obligations required one of us to be in Tokyo and the other in Australia and your flexibility and care helped us through the process. In particular we are very grateful for your effortless assistance in accommodating our wish to have our unique family symbol for the Nakane Emmersons engraved on our finely crafted rings.


The rings completed, we had our wedding ceremony in April at Iga Hachimangu Shrine in Aichi, where generations have worshipped and taken vows. The rings were exchanged before the Kannushi and Miko and at that time we realized that most other rings would have been more than incongruous to such an ancient and uniquely Japanese ceremony.  We will definitely be recommending Mokumeganeya in particular to Japanese friends preparing for marriage as well as to anyone who feels a strong connection with Japan and it's culture, as well as to those who are looking for something special.


Again allow us to thank you for providing skills and service in such an elegant combination of modern sophistication and ancient subtlety.  We've had a look around at other ring store since our marriage and chuckled, finding that indeed, nothing but Mokumeganeya would do.


Best regards,


Junko and Richard Alan Nakane Emmerson




From MOKUMEGANEYA customer 0004

August 18, 2011 9:00 AM

Mr. Nathan Kenney


Ms. Akane Yamakami


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  Q1: Why did you choose MOKUMEGANEYA rings?

   A. My wife said that look at ZEXY to get some ideas for my wedding ring,

         I really liked the Japanese style waved design and

          I thought I would not want to ware anyother rings as I didn't like to

              ware a jewelry. 


Q2: Please tell us your experience when you came to MOKUMAGANEYA

        the first time to decide the design of your rings

   A.  The place was very cool with a very tranquil atmosphere. 

        The staff explained the processes of the construction of the rings. 


Q3: What do you like most on your rings?

   A. Its originarity and like a finguer print it can never be replicated

        and will always be one of a kind.


Q4: What did you think when you saw your rings for the first time?

   A.  Very happy it was exactly what I wanted.


Q5: How was the reaction of your friends and relatives about your

        wedding rings

   A. They all thought it was cool. They wanted to know how it was

        made and what kind of metals.


Q6: Please give us or our future customer any your message!

      A.  I would recommend a wide ring as it shows the design better.