Osaka
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Osaka

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Second biggest city following Tokyo with the center of economy in the Kansai region

Osaka prefecture is located in the Kansai region of the mainland island of Honshu. Osaka ranks the second in terms of population following Tokyo and it is the center of economy in the Kansai region.

 

After a capital was moved from Osaka to Tokyo in 17th century, Osaka flourished as a center for merchants and has developed its own culture. 

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The most popular tourist spot is a downtown area called Dotonbori. A big billboard of a sweet company, Ezaki Glico along Dotonbori Canal occupies an building and it’s one of the signatures of Dotonbori.

 

Tsutenkaku is a landmark tower in Osaka and attracts people with a view of Osaka from its observatory. 

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Current Tsutenkaku is the second generation that was rebuilt in 1956 after the original one went on fire.

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Okonomiyaki - Japanese style pancakes made with flour, eggs, tempura scraps (tenkasu), cabbage, and pork belly slices with sauce and dried bonito flake and green dried seaweed on top

Takoyaki - famous street food in Osaka, which is made by flour, egg, octopus, and dark sweet takoyaki sauce.

Kushikatsu - skewers of deep fried meat and vegetables eaten by dipping once into sauce

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Sakaiuchi Hamono are knives made in Osaka. To keep strength and sharpness of knives, it is made of the mixture of soft iron and metal. 

Osaka is a birth place of glass ware production. In the middle of 18th century, a merchant from Osaka brought a method of glass making from Nagasaki where it imported glass products from Western countries to Tenma area in Osaka. 

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OMOSHIROI BLOCK

TRIAD Inc.

2020 1st session Gold Award

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Omoshiroi Block is a unique memo pad designed based on the belief of sustaining memories in sculpture. It looks like a memo paper cube at first but as the paper on the pad is used up, an intricate paper art embedded inside is gradually revealed. The concept of “memory × moment × sculpture” expresses the company’s hope that users will enjoy the passage of time as they use each sheet. The products are inspired by beautiful designs, including famous architectural landmarks of Japan, world heritage sites and national treasures, as well as Japanese culture in general. Omoshiori Block that brings you back to your wonderful memories of your Japan journey every time you use it.

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ROOM'S

CHROMES Corp.

Thoroughly enjoy making things beautifully. 

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NIOITORI

Taiyo Co, Ltd

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NAPURE

Horiuchi Folding Mirror

 

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HORIUCHI MIRROR is a special mirror patented in Japan and reflects your real appearance owing to its structure: a combination of highly transparent glass containing minimum iron to minimize color dullness and a reflection metal layer of high color reproducibility. Clearly reflected skin color teaches the best foundation color to users and enables greatly improved makeup. Thus, HORIUCHI MIRROR is accepted not only by consumes but also by professionals in the beauty industry.

KANAMO is a flower vase, or an art object, that expresses fluctuation. It was created by CHROMES Corp., a company specializing in production of made-to-order ornamental metals for luxury brand shop displays. Since this is a custom-made product, it can be transformed into various interior items. Inspired by the shimmering water and the beautiful ripple wave of light, CHROMES Corp. has incorporated its long-cultivated techniques to express fluctuation in its design.
To create irregular and complex shapes, skilled craftsmen put time and effort in each process from bending stainless-steel plates to create unevenness, welding and polishing— all carried out by hand. Because of this, every item is unique, made only for each specific customer. It glitters with light refracting on the rippling surface of the metal. The ever-changing moments are solidified into a shape, so that they can be gazed at any time. The Japanese concept of enjoying such natural beauty is embodied in KANAMO.

We draw on our deep expertise and knowledge of chemicals and R&D of numerous products to develop items that are useful to people everywhere. In the year 2000, we began developing antibacterial and anti-mold sheets. After eight years of development, we successfully developed the Nioitori sheets as a saleable product.


We know that there are people everywhere who struggle to fight back against the oppressive effects of mold and unpleasant odors. We manufacture and sell this product with those people in mind, and hope they will see just how effective it is.