Some insider knowledge we feel you should know.
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We tend to write our articles in English, to ensure they reach as many people as possible. If you have any general questions or a specific query on Yakisugi that we haven’t yet answered, feel free to send it over!
Nakamoto Forestry @ Maison & Objet
We are very happy to announce that we will present our products again at MAISON & OBJET 2021. Visit us at our booth from 9 to 13 September at the Parc des expositions de Paris Nord Villepinte.
One Year Nakamoto Forestry Europe
One year after opening our European distribution operations, we can look back on a thrilling year. Despite all macroeconomic challenges we had a jump start to promoto authentic Japanese Yakisugi to European markets
Happy New Year 2021!
Happy New Year! 2020 has been challenging, but we finished the year strong and are looking forward to what 2021 holds for us. We hope for the best and remain at your service!
Pika-Pika Ebony – client voice
The other day, one of our customers published an unboxing video of our products at their jobsite. Her excitement and joy at unpacking our boards is great and motivates us to continue working very hard to satisfy our customers.
Yakisugi in the media
Several media have recently reported about the Japanese tradition of burning wood. WIth its pure and natural background and stunning beauty it draws increasingly attention in the west.
The meaning of “Sugi” in Yakisugi / Shou Sugi Ban
The meaning of “sugi” in Yakisugi / Shou Sugi Ban Beautifully charred cladding boards, produced according to ancient tradition – what are they made of
Sustainability – PEFC audit passed in Europe
Sustainability is one of the core issues influencing society today. Therefore, we do take great care in ensuring a sustainable approach in all our actions.
Our sample boxes are ready to ship
We took great care to design our sample boxes which we send out to prospective customers.
Hiromi, our Country Manager in France
We would like to introduce our new country manager Hiromi Sugiura to our team at Nakamoto Forestry Europe. Hiromi takes care of representing us in France to distribute our Yakisugi – or bois brûlé in French – products.