Birdhouse Clock

$ 300

A modern cuckoo clock with a classic design that produces a sound reminiscent of a quiet forest with a bird peacefully singing as you hear its echo in the distance.

A plywood clock in the shape of a birdhouse that produces a sound similar as if you were standing in a peaceful forest. With a minimalistic style, utilizing easy to see metal hands and its built in light sensor system that will automatically turn off the cuckoo’s movement and turn back on once it senses light in the morning, this clock will help reset your mind by presenting a temporary space of serenity every hour.

D Battery Operated and Included

Yuichi Nara

Graduating Construction Department Architecture Course at Yokohama National University before moving to Italy to begin his designing career, starting at a glass studio and an architect office in Venice. When making a trip back to Japan, he became so impressed with the nature and lifestyle in Noto, Japan that he decided to return to Japan, move to Notojima and establish Noto Design Office. Studying local materials and techniques, he began applying these to his work to create new products that will enrich our everyday lives.


Beginning with manufacturing Buddhist altar fittings, TAKATA Lemnos’ started the move towards developing clock frames and bodies in the 1970s, with the clock division splitting off into its own company in 1984. Having collaborated with many famous designers, TAKATA Lemnos’ wish is to enrich the space you are in with their clocks, sometimes like a graceful flower, or sometimes like a shiny gem. Made carefully in Japan, their products have received high acclaim and many have won the Good Design Award.

Birdhouse Clock

7.1” W x 3.8” D x 10.5” H

• Plywood
 Two-step volume control with light sensor

• 2.25 lbs

• Silent Clock / Cuckoo Clock

• Toyama, Japan