All about us
Company Name: Wonderfullymade Kabushiki Kaisha
Company Registration Number: 0124-01-036774
Registered in Tokyo, Japan on July 2020
Who we are
We see ourselves as ambassadors of Japanese crafts. We seek out the masters behind refined and delicate craftsmanship to bring you their treasures in hope that it takes you to a place of humble discovery and inspires you in your journey into appreciation.
What we do
We share the history and the process of making the Japanese traditional crafts through storey-telling videos. These crafts are available for purchase on our website and we deliver them all over the world.
Be the bridge between Japan and the world
Promote the Monozukuri culture of Japan through story-telling videos.
Deliver Japanese crafts to people who desire them.
Share the Japanese culture with the world through SNS and other forms of media available.
Our Guiding Principles
I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.
We believe wholeheartedly that God is the master Creator. And all works by God are WonderfullyMade. Therefore, because we are wonderfully made, so are the crafts we bring to you, made by the calloused hands of these dedicated craftsmen.
Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.
As we go into the rural areas, we share the goodness of God and the works he has done. We see the beauty of the creations God has made in nature and in the hands of the craftsmen.
Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.
Treat each other with love, be completely humble, gentle and patient in how we deal with our fellow colleagues and clients. Encourage, Empower, Enrich one another.
Founded by Ruth L in July 2020. Japanese culture has been a part of her life since 12 years old and living in Tokyo had always been her dream. She fulfilled that dream when she was 27 years old. Now, her lifelong dream is to share the Japanese culture with the world through Wonderfullymade.