The development concept of KAKEHASHI SERIES was very simple.
When people think of a Buddhist altar, many will only think about the traditional gold Buddhist altar and assume that their house isn’t big enough, that there’s no proper space for it, or that it won’t match the atmosphere of their living room – "even if they'd like to have one. Although there are more and more modern-furniture style Buddhist altars, it often still looks off when we see it together with other furniture.
We want to provide a space for many people to put their palms together. Not in the religious sense, but for reasons that are simple and easy. When we come home tired, when our children start school, when we have some worries – we believe that it is very meaningful to have a space in our house where we can reach out to someone special when we want someone to talk to. Beyond rules, or styles, or even religions, we want everyone to have enough space and time in their life to simply clasp their hands together and feel connected. From this hope, our Buddhist altar line KAKEHASHI SERIES was born.