The Beauty of Everyday Things by Soetsu Yanagi is an ode to craftsmanship, handcrafted quality and raw honesty ingrained in common household objects that one encounters on a daily basis. The simplicity found in everyday things such as a wood bowl, a bamboo tray weaves the ordinary objects into the fabric of daily life without drawing attention. Those objects exhibit anonymity and humbleness that can easily be treated as banal or even negligible, yet their presence exudes an understated elegance and a sense of welcoming warmth that encourages repeated use. Their endearing quality comes from the fact that they are made from natural materials by craftsmen with time-honored techniques, modestly charging daily life with tactility, long-lasting functionality and individual dimensions. The interplay of craft and materials quietly balances the rapid shift brought by technological developments permeating every aspect of life.