Natural wood compound flooring where the life of trees breathes.

Discovering of beautiful tree types suitable for flooring materials; stable procurement of environmentally conscious high-quality timbe; development of grain activation treatment and veneer design corresponding to each tree type; painting technology to keep its grain pure・・・. By adding hands of skilled craftsmen, you can enjoy the fresh wod texture and vivid wood grain created by nature.

Moso Bamboo: List of products made from

Characteristics of tree
Bamboo has been deeply rooted in our lives because of its beauty, tough and supple nature that is a reason for using various living goods, architecture, interior, and landscaping. In recent years it has been pushed back by industrial products to be hardly noticeable, but now it becomes in the spotlight as an environmentally friendly material. Bamboo grows fast, and it takes 3 to 4 years to a grown-up bamboo. By cutting down this, the vitality of the rhizomes is maintained and the bamboo forest is constantly revitalized. Due to its regenerative ability and excellent physical properties, it is being reviewed again as building materials and interior materials. Live Natural Moso Bamboo reproduces the expression of bamboo that extends straight up and the texture that increase gloss as time goes by in flooring material using a special processing technology. Bamboo’s original glossy texture and a gorgeous design of nature suggest the possibility of a new coordination.
Origin China
Classification Perennial evergreen bamboo ・ Poaceae

Tree story

Another Taketori Monogatari (The Tale of Bamboo-Cutter).

It has been told that Moso bamboo is named after the name of youngster, “Moso,” appearing in China’s historical anecdote, Twenty-four Paragon of Filial Piety. It is derived from an anecdote that he searched for bamboo shoots for his mother who fell ill in the middle of winter snow, and finally found them.

It is generally accepted that Moso bamboo, originated from China, is originally brought to Satsuma in 1736 through Ryukyu, but this anecdote has brought in far older than this story. The story is now being succeeded as demonstrated in the object of worship in one of the parade float in the Gion festival in Kyoto, “Moso Mountain,” which seems to be existed before Onin war (1467-1477). In this parade, the doll dressed in Chinese style costumes carries a snow-covered bamboo shoot to pass on the story of the son of filial piety of the book. The Moso bamboo that fits nicely with the Japanese sense. It might be a wonderful filial piety to create a beautiful floor by full use of the rich bamboo expression.