IFUJI is a small studio of furniture who produces unique and essential pieces by hand-made.
All IFUJI's products are made by hand in our studio with finest materials and maximum care.
We reproduce old objects from various cultures, not only to find a guide into tomorrow by making lessons from the past, but to use them actually by ourselves.
The essential way of living is not disposable, not materialistic. When a plate is beautiful and useful, who throws it away? We seek to create the thing that beauty meets use.
We wish our products to be loved to use as much as we love to make.
IFUJI is a hand-made craft brand for people who value the emotional quality of their living space.
With the advancement of digitalization, people will spend more time at home. Living space is an important place for human beings to cultivate daily comfort and inspiration for tomorrow, as it was in ancient times.
IFUJI hopes to innovate people's lives into something more sensitive and inspirable through the creation of a material called "tree" that has been with us since the creation of human history.
The timeline of 100 years is by no means too long in the world of crafts. Through carefully selected materials and uncompromising manufacturing, IFUJI also pursues the creation of products that have been carefully used, loved, and grown even more beautifully over the centuries.
So that we, the makers, will love our products, we will make things that will be loved by everyone who uses them for a long time.
CANTERBURY (Regular type)
A series that faithfully reproduces the 20th century pattern of the Canterbury community, which is regarded as the standard in the OVAL BOX of Shakers.
Canterbury is one of Shaker's central communities founded in 1792 in New Hampshire, after which the cult headquarters was located. It is also famous for inventing a large washing machine by quickly incorporating modern technologies such as telephone and electricity. He is also enthusiastic about industrial promotion, and has released "Shaker Brand" products such as wood products, which has been widely known. It has long played a central role in the cult and survived until the death of the last sister at the age of 96 in 1992. It was certified as a historical heritage in 1993 and is open to the public.