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"Hyakunen Monogatari" - Sliding glasses case (black)
- STORIO Corporation
- Walnut wood and genuine leather
The result of an ongoing quest for ergonomics, this eyewear case features a delicate and splendid curved surface created by a technology unique in the world, a simple shape where the beauty of the grain of the wood stands out.
A genuine leather inner case is placed inside this thin curved wooden shell that pivots around its axis. The natural spring of the shell holds the inner case in place, while its ultra-thin but resistant solid wood protects your precious glasses.
Made from wood from Japanese forests, this product has a finish that retains the soft and unique feel of solid wood. With a long life span, it is also a product whose natural elements change in appearance over time and use, making the object absolutely unique.
Size: 174 x 49 x 64 mm
Weight: approx. 100 g
What is "Hyakunen Monogatari"?
"Hyakunen Monogatari" is a global brand, the result of a collaboration between the workshops of Niigata Prefecture and NICO (Niigata Industrial Creation Organization).
Since the beginning of the project in 2003, the brand has launched several cutting-edge collections, and the efforts related to the development and promotion of products combining the resources of the prefecture have been recognized both in Japan and abroad as the first of its kind in the region, winning awards such as the Good Design Award and the Asia Design Award.
The concept of the "Hyakunen Monogatari" brand revolves around "objects to create, appreciate and transmit a way of life and culture that we will cherish for another 100 years".
Thus, the project pursues promotional activities in parallel with the manufacture of innovative products, based on "development themes" linked to long-term trends in the global market and focused on communicating the assets of the Niigata region: its technological power and the attractions of its climate and topology.