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Meet our craftsmen


We are proud to collaborate with some of the best Japanese craftsmen.

Passionate and proud of their traditions, they keep their spirits open and are always enthusiastic about new ideas. Profoundly generous, they are always pleased to transmit their knowledge, which works consequently for its preservation.

They are a source of endless inspiration


Yoshinori SHIMATANI / Takaoka-shi - Japan

Craftsman specializing in Orin bowl, Yoshinori Shimatani is the 4th generation of a workmanship established in 1909. CEO of Syouryu Koubou, he works to perpetuate the long-running tradition while using his expertise to develop new products as well.

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Takeshi MUSASHIGAWA / Takaoka-shi - Japan

Takeshi MUSASHIGAWA comes from a family specializing in raden crafts for three generations. Recognized as a highly skilled traditional craftsman, he has been awarded for his works a number of times.

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Mitsuhiro KYODEN / Takaoka-shi - Japan

Craftsman specialized in Butsudan (buddhist altars), Mitsuhiro KYODEN participates in the preservation of ancient temples or historic buildings in Takaoka, as well as collaborating with manufacturers, designers and students of his region to create new crafts.

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Koji ORII / Takaoka-shi - Japan

CEO of the momentum Orii factory, Koji ORII is specialized in the copper and brass finish. His unequalled mastery, the singularity of his technique, and the depth of his colors allow him to sublimate in production of both religious and daily life objects.

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