This is the Origami Envelope commemorating the 400th anniversary of the Japanese tea ceremony Ueda Souko Ryu. An envelope is created by carefully folding a piece of paper. Origami envelopes are used in all aspects of Japanese culture. Wrap letters and money. By carefully wrapping with paper, you can put your feelings in the person you are giving. The animals in the illustration represent the four seasons of Japan (spring, summer, autumn, winter). This illustration is inspired by the paintings of the painters of the Edo era. This is hand printed by craftsmen.
Born in Hiroshima Japan in 1977. Graduated from the Department of Environmental design,School of Environmental Studies, Hiroshima Institute of Technology. Launched his own design office LINER NOTES, in Hiroshima Japan in 2009.