“Making furniture out of wood”
contains many focuses, the shapes cut into wood, the trees themselves, techniques used, and through all of these areas of expression you create a singular furniture made from wood.
We use locally grown trees as much as possible.
The woods in which the craftsman is familiar with, and the trees which grow in these woods, are one and the same. This is important for the craftsman. Being familiar with the trees allows the craftsman to feel an attachment to their work, Thus, making them feel the need to handle her with great care.
We use Kanna (Japanese plane) for finishing wood, because we believe kanna is the best tool for understanding wood. You hear the changing sounds while shaving, the sense of your fingertips captures the flow of wood fibers. When you clear your mind, you can understand the life story of the tree.