Saruyama is a coat hanger of solid wood.
Doraemon appeared from Nobita’s drawer.
He grants Nobita’s any dream.
The TSUCHINOCO is a brand of children’s goods which made from reinforced corrugated fibreboard.
This is a hot water bottle of porcelain. This is put on the market in the autumn of 2012.
This is a wooden horse for kids whose motif is a polar bear and grizzly bear.
There is a big shoe here.If you get close to it, you can recognize that it consists of a lot of butterflies.
Lindo is developed in Shigaraki, a famous ceramics area, made of transparent porcelain clay.
This is a vehicle for children with cute eyes.
I thought that I want to eat warm rice on such Japanese cedar.
This is a package design of “Funazushi” which is a traditional food in Shiga prefecture of Japan.
Pentaward 2011：Silver Award
The soft textures of a Japan cedar fit the backrest of a sofa.
In order to harness wooden merit, a black lump and contrast were attached.
The world’s first translucent ceramic washbowl has been born.
It’s is born by a translucent ceramic.
I named these each drawers, “drawer of the present”, “drawer of the past”, “drawer of the future”.
This is a small Butsudan made of ceramics.
Denden is a wooden hook which seems like a snail climbing a wall.
This is a wooden paper weight looks like uluru or Ayers rock Mountain in Australia.
Patina is a stool whose concept is to be made with minimum materials.
The images of shift are urban life and womanly look, while they can be used flexibly.
Nissen Design Award 2006 1st Prize.
The stream line of the bottle fits a hand and the poetic design must be cherished.
This is a new style of Butsudan. A butsudan is a shrine commonly found in temples and homes in Japanese Buddhist cultures.
Wise prayer design competition 2005:1st.prize
Glory is a light which can be used by hanging and putting.
This resource is made from a Japanese traditional design.
Pluto is a dish product that stands on its own.
DYSON DESIGN AWARD 2005:Silver Prize
Kenkenpa is a coat hanger which is put in the corner of the room to use.
In this case, “gifts” often refer to apologetic peace offerings that husbands bring home to their wives after late soirees of boozing.
Tokyo Midtown Award 2009 Grand Prix Award