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May you be happy forever

May you be happy forever

Kapok knot has the prefix "knot" which means "knot/bond".

The knot shown in the mark is called ``Aya Musubi,'' which is characterized by a very strong knot that will not loosen. Therefore, this Mizuhiki shape used in Japan has the meaning of ``lasting forever'' and ``lasting forever.''


It embodies the idea of ​​a brand that considers a sustainable future for the earth's resources, while engaging everyone involved in a effortless manner.



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