Congratulations on your 40th anniversary!

To commemorate this occasion, we have made special commemorative goods for you.

Traditional Japanese Patterns and Kumiko

Traditional Japanese patterns have been used in various contexts such as kimono, pottery, and architectural decorations. These designs reflect Japan’s aesthetic sense, spirituality, and functionality.


Kumiko is a traditional Japanese woodworking technique that involves assembling wooden pieces into a lattice structure. It has been primarily used in shoji screens, sliding doors, windows.

Patterm Shippo

The circular design symbolizes "infinite connections," representing harmony and relationships between people.

Pattren Kikko

The hexagonal pattern mimics a turtle’s shell and conveys wishes for longevity and happiness.

Hinoki (cypress)

Hinoki is a representative tree of Japan and has long been used as a high-grade, high-quality wood due to its durability and water resistance.

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