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"Wo no Wa (R)" is a registered trademark of OHAKOYA Corp.
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[Creator's Column]
Wa: Wa has the following meaning.1. To get along well and take good care of each other and cooperate2. To Get harmony3. Addition4. Japan, Japanese t...

[ Profile of the Artist ]
I established a venture while learning MBA at a business school of Waseda University. Keyword is "worthwhile". There are a lot of people who are devoted to their hobby with joy. Many people have professional skill besides their job, too.
I noticed that it's difficult to show their skill. I established OHAKOYA Corp. to support the worthwhile life. Our Mission is to introduce the works created by (OHAKO: special skill) to people in the world. I like creative activities and learn washi(Japanese paper) at Washi-zoukei (Japanese paper formative arts) university. I am interested in indigo dyeing or ceramic art besides it. While I study venture business, I find some opportunity and participate in some workshop. My hobbies are motorcycle, a trip, music, ski and eating binge. My most impression trip was to travel around Japan by motorcycle, when I was a student of Waseda University.