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​① Material cost

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If you use something that is discarded, it doesn't cost much in itself. Sorting materials that have been processed in various sizes and shapes, processing, painting, etc., and then processing, sawing, bonding, etc., that is, "work to return waste to materials"

This task sometimes costs more than buying materials.

​ So why do we need to go that far?

② Attractiveness

Those that are discarded due to problems with efficiency and the appearance of conventional standards,

In other words, for the reasons mentioned above, incorporating materials that people do not want to use always has a slightly different charm and idea of wood, which is reflected in what they naturally create.

③ Eco

In addition to saving goods and energy and considering the environment, reviewing its value and noticing the new attractiveness gained there will eventually reduce the amount of waste and lead to eco-friendliness.

The word that beauty "God" dwells in the details, and the general explanation is that "creating without paying attention to the details is the overall quality ..." seems to have a profound meaning. However, the word "dwell", which is one step ahead,

In the original text, "God is in the detailes", so that part corresponds to "in".

I don't know who dared to translate this word into "dwelling", but this word feels very Japanese.

It's not just about finishing the details carefully, but also about "the attitude of sincerely facing the subject". It can only be felt by the intuition that everyone has when they touch the subject with the attitude of cleanliness, gratitude, respect, humility, just like when they put their hands together in front of the shrine. And I think that the beauty "God" that should not have existed at the beginning dwells.

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