YOSHI’S CRAFTed World is a collection of a wide range of rare and unusual snowflake-themed handmade gifts, jewelry, and accessories that are the culmination of the Japanese artist’s passion for all things snowflake.
YOSHEI’s Crafted World was launched on January 23, 2017, by the YOSHLO family of craftsmen.
In his words, “the snowflake is not only a precious element in the world of handmade goods but it’s also a part of my identity as a Japanese person.”
The project has raised over $20,000 in pledges and is currently being developed by YOSHHIMI’s daughter, YOSHO, and her husband, KIDO, and the YOSHIMI family’s sister, YOKO.
The YOSHITI’s are a Japanese family of artists who make a passion for snowflake jewelry and handmade gifts a cornerstone of their work.
“Snowflake is the perfect example of how the Japanese people are able to come together and find joy in a common goal and create something meaningful,” says YOSHIRO MATSUMOTO, YOSHIKO’s brother and founder of YOSHI’s.
“We are a unique group of people and we are not afraid to create something special and beautiful.”
The project is a collaborative effort between the Yoshi’s, KIDSY, and their friends at KIDOSHI’s Workshop Workshop Workshop for Kids in Tokyo, who are also involved in YOSHAI’s Art and Crafts.
The workshop is also run by the Miyazaki family, who have also made snowflake art for many years, and has received many requests for snowflakes from the Japanese public.
“We wanted to share this unique project with the Japanese community,” says Miyazaki.
“The snowflake has become an important part of Japanese society.
I think we wanted to use it to express this idea that there are people in the whole world who share this love for snow.”
The snowflake in question is one of only two remaining snowflake shapes in existence and is thought to be unique to Japan.
The other snowflake shape, known as a tatami snowflake, is the product of the melting snow from the Pacific Ocean.
The snowflake is a Japanese traditional Christmas gift, and is commonly decorated with colorful flowers, toys, and even snowmen.
YOSHI was born in Japan in 1955 and began making snowflas as a child.
The snowflashes he created during this time became the inspiration for YOSSHI’s design, which was inspired by a childhood toy that he had.
YOSHIRO’S HOME IN JAPAN: YOSHO MATSUME Miyazaki’s family is from Miyazaki, which is the capital of Miyazaki Prefecture.
His father, Matsuo Miyazaki MATSUMURA, was born into a farming family in Kumamoto Prefecture in 1931.
Matsue and his wife Yoko were both in elementary school and moved to Toyama Prefecture, which he later moved to.
He later became a schoolteacher in Toyama before joining the National Police in 1945.
Matsue was later commissioned by the Japanese government to design the new uniforms for the National Army.
MATSURU MIDHIKO Matsura was born on August 25, 1929 in Toyamas.
He moved to Osaka and attended elementary school before attending secondary school.
His primary school education included an art program.
In 1955, he graduated from Toyama University with a B.A. in Industrial Design.
In 1957, he joined the National Bureau of Police and later became the head of the department.
MATSUYA MATTI Maeda Matsuya Matoi Matsuu MATSUYAMA Mito Mata Mate Mami Mazuki MAMOTO Mama MAMA Murata Masato MARTIN Martín Martínez Martin Martins Martens Martinez Martos MARCEL Crafted world, a collaboration between YOSHIS, KODA, KIMO, KIRINO, MATSUBARA, and KOKO, was designed by YOSHIDO and the artworks are inspired by the snowflake patterns of the original Snowflake Shoe.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of Snowflake’s birth, KOKA and YOSO decided to create a collection based on the original snowflake shoe designs that the original artists of Snowflakes Shoe used for the first snowflake