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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.

News
On 4th of May we opened the second personal exhibition by young artist Salomeja Jurenaite (19) „Home“. The exhibitions consists from ten art pieces, where she by means of ophort technique tells us the story of two dear countries, which she proudly calls as her home. Lithuania and Japan. Please visit this exhibition till 30th of June. You can order the art pieces you like most and you will support young artist and her Oriental studies in the UK.
„Cosy Homes“ guests -Monday, May 6, 2019
We are very honored to welcome special guests from Japan on 30th of April, 2019. We been visited by Mr. Yasuhisa Shiozaki, the Member of the House of Representatives, Japan and his wife. The honorable guests were accompanied by Ambassador of Japan Mr. Shiro Yamasaki and his wife. The guests were interested by our short story of linen, our business and our work of building the bridge of friendship with Japan.
Cultural bridges: Lithuania and Japan -Tuesday, March 26, 2019
On March 21st, 2019 we organised interesting party about connections of Lithuania with Japan. We all probably know Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara, who is very wide known person in Japan and also in Lithuania. But we are happy to share about other persons to show how we closely related with Japan.
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