Nowadays made in the Asakusa neighbourhood in Tokyo, Japan, Tsuge pipes have a rich history that goes all the way back to 1936, when Kyoichiro Tsuge enters the wood turning industry after a long and thorough apprenticeship. The very dynamic Tsuge family will even go as far as dispatching craftsmen beside Italian and Danish pipe makers to refine and share the Japanese brand's know-how. Tsuge pipes display original and functional shapes, as well as surprising finishes made out of metal or bamboo. Some models "The System" are meant to be smoked with a Tsuge filter. Traditional creations that are entirely handmade are part of the prestigious "Ikebana" collection. Going for a Tsuge pipe will transport you to the land of the rising sun while savouring your tobacco!