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Salon „Cosy Homes“ (Jaukūs namai) established in 2007, in historical Šančiai district, former military town of Russia Tsar, built in the beginning of XX century.

Red, hand made brics, hight ceilings, nice arches make that place very cosy. We needed only to fill it with exclusive products, nice ideas and lovely people.

Everybody, who comes to visit us says, „It‘s really cosy homes!”. You don’t feel like in usual shop, but here time pace begins to slow down and you can truly dedicate yourself for searching of special gifts to your dear ones.

We are very happy to welcome all Kaunas people, but also do our best that every guest from abroad would feel in Kaunas, and of course in all Lithuania, as in his or her cosy homes.

On second week of new, 2022 year, we opened photo exhibition „Portraits of spring“ by Arvydas Kumpis. It speaks about power of spring, beauty of sakuras and temporal yet real joy. The author lived in Japan for one year and traveled around and collected many special views from Sun Rising Country. Preparation and waiting for blooming of sakuras starts since the first days of new year. People do treasure this precious tradition „To gaze upon sakuras“ while relaxing, chatting, making photos and being together. This is the tradition of togetherness. The exhibition will be opened till 31th of March 2022.
THE VISIT OF NEW AMBASSDOR OF JAPAN -Tuesday, January 18, 2022
Just few weeks passed since new Ambassador of Japan Tetsu Ozaki arrived to Lithuania. We are happy to welcome Mr.Ozaki with his wife to our „Cosy Homes“ space on 10th December 2021. Ambassador showed great interest in linen culture and our activities in building friendship bridges between Lithuania and Japan. We hope and trust that our efforts and activities will grow into numerous results and many more Japanese people will know about Lithuania, Kaunas and Chiune Sugihara and will become great friends of our country.
New exhibition of graphic art -Saturday, September 18, 2021
Welcome to new open graphic art exhibition by young, talented graphic artist Adelė Bražėnaitė. She uses linocut and woodcut techniques and her characters mainly from Lithuanian folklore – songs, poems and fairy tales. Art pieces looks very simple, naive, but full of details and symbols.
We are happy to announce the arrival of the new charity of culture project „Lino-Furoshiki for Rugute“! Under the leadership of Mrs. Yuko Yamasaki, the wife of Ambassador of Japan in Lithuanian, together with group of volunteers, under the inspiration on ancient Japanese custom Furoshiki, we created new product Lino-Furoshiki, the first time Furoshiki made from Lithuanian top quality linen.