"Iroka" translates directly from the kanji characters as "color and fragrance". However, it also carries the meaning of "a sultry appearance of a woman".
Designed in an arabesque style, these pieces are intended to make the wearer appear alluring and radiant, capturing the essence of "Iroka".
Wire Jewelry and Ornament Creation
Born in 1994 / From Hiroshima City
Active since 2018
create "wire jewelry" using the techniques of traditional Japanese metal netting crafts. Currently, I have four assistants, and we sell approximately 4,000 pieces of ornaments annually. In the past, I worked for four years as one of the few female firefighters at the Hiroshima City Fire Department and drove fire trucks. For the wire jewelry, I use craft wire that is resistant to rust and degradation. Maintenance is minimal, just wiping off any noticeable dirt. There's no need to polish. Each shape is connected by a single wire without any joints, and they are all intricately crafted by hand, intertwined with fingertips. Targeting the "cuteness" cherished by girls and women, I add a touch of my own sensibility,