The exhibition representing japanese local utensils through ”DaiNihon-Ichi” at the Interior Life Style Tokyo 2013
”DaiNihon-Ichi”is a platform which introduces local unknown, household products in to the marketplace. The products are selected as part of a concept to rediscover local utensils, as a way of “Encouraging Japan by power of unseen traditional craftsmanship”. This scheme is similar to the Mingei, the Japanese folk art movement from the late 1920s and 1930s in Japan.
Yusuke was in charge of designing the space for the ”DaiNihon-Ichi” exhibition at the Interior Life Style Tokyo 2013, based in the Tokyo Big Sight Hall. Twenty brands are exhibited by the client Nakagawa -Masakichi-Shoten on a 300m2 scale site.
Yusuke Seki is a Tokyo based Designer.
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