With the concept of "Shine a light on the cute beads that haven't been fully utilized," we are starting the sale of the rereleased edition of "Shidare" after four years. The product will be discontinued once all beads are used up!
Shidare Named after the weeping cherry tree (Shidare Sakura). The name represents branches and leaves that droop or hang down. The flower language of the weeping cherry tree stands for "graceful beauty" and "a mature beauty". It depicts the state of maturing with age, bowing one's head gracefully and acting more beautifully. With the hope of emulating the enduring beauty and humble demeanor regardless of age, we chose this name.
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,