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Yoshihisa OKAMOTO (Mr.)
Year established
6,000,000 yen
Postal (zip) code
Company address
6-16-5 Nishihara, Asaminami-ku, Hiroshima-shi
Company PR
"How I wish I could get people to remember my shop. "
"How I wish I could set up a signboard that a result of attracting customers and sales can be expected, not just a signboard. " Have you ever thought like that?

Thanks to our customers, we have continued our business for 27 years.

It is very important to think about safety and durability in production of signboard , but we sincerely hope that "connecting shops with their customers, it moves passers-by ' s hearts and lets them visit the shops."

For that reason, we are trying to produce signboards that an effect can be expected from, bringing out "specific aim and understandability, not signboards that are loud and showy. We respond flexibly to any kind of business and any type of management, so please feel free to contact us.

We are also challenging the processing of glass, bamboo, and wood products taking advantage of the technology that we have cultivated up to now.

At "the 12th Hiroshima Good Design Awards"in 2011, our bamboo card case received the Incentive Awards in product category.
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Our bamboo card case received the "Incentive Award in the Hiroshima Good Design Awards Product Prize".
Manufacturer : Noriyuki Kadomoto

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Hand‐carved board by using router and chisel, coated by silicone resin.

Design Field

Industrial design
Package design
Interior design
Other design

Award History
In 2011, we received the Incentive Award in the 12th Hiroshima Good Design Awards Product Prize.
Association Membership (title)

Federation of All Japan Out-door Advertising Associations
Fellow of the Hiroshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Fellow of the Gion-cho Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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