The name comes from a Japanese proverb that teaches it often takes a long time to bear the fruit of one’s labor and we should appreciate the journey. In this proverb, the fruits are peaches, persimmons, and chestnuts. So let’s enjoy ourselves in the flow of nature.


“Let’s move forward with time on our side.”

I felt like I was just feeling anxious and wasted my time, and I didn't feel like I was making any progress at all...At that time, a senior I consulted told me something.

The correct answer is not to make things black and white; you just have to keep the gray state under your arm and move on.

The sense of security I felt at that time led me to design the ``3 year peach chestnut, 8 year persimmon'' pattern. The motifs are peaches, chestnuts, and persimmons.

Even fruits take time to harvest!

Although we live in a world that tends to demand speed and efficiency, it is also important to take your time. No, in fact, there are many things that cannot be completed or understood unless you take time.

Don't rush, take your time and take your time!