カンボジアの人たちがもっと日々の日常(いとなみ)を大切にできるような働き方にするために、今の仕組みの変更も考えています。 職人さんたちと日本のみなさまとのコミュニケーションできる場所を作っていきたいな。




Thank you for your support towards moily and the new logo!
I have an important announcement to make today.
I am proud to say that this year marks the eighth year of Moily’s existence in Cambodia. I have spent a great deal of time with Cambodian artisans and have had the privilege and opportunity to work with many people in Japan as well. I started moily by myself with a vision and today I am surrounded by so many people, and we are growing together as moily. I am so thankful for your love and support over the years.

After 8 years, I can once again feel that there is a lot of happiness in the simple things we do each day. It is the Cambodian people who are teaching me the "loveliness and *YUTAKA of everyday life". This is true for both people in Japan and Cambodia. Japanese, Cambodian, we are all one race. The human race. This is why I would like to work together with many people who are involved with moily to create things and make proposals that make people feel the YUTAKA and love of daily life.

We will continue to work with the local people to create and find joy in their work.There are still many things that we intend to do with Cambodian artisans. At the same time, I would like to broaden my horizons a little more, be curious, and challenge myself to do many things.

I am also thinking about changing the current system of working so that Cambodian people can cherish their daily lives more. Furthermore, I would also like to create a place where artisans can communicate with people in Japan as well as introduce beautiful people and things from countries other than Cambodia and Japan.

I hope that you will enjoy watching moily's development and walk with us as we understand and fulfil the deeper meaning of “*YUTAKA” 

*YUTAKA means state of heart in which you can find "love" and "daily happiness".