This is Hanako from KILLYEDNA.
While self-restraint has been lifted and life continues in a tense atmosphere, the heavy rains in Kyushu are heartbreaking.
It's getting harder and harder to watch TV, so I'm gathering information and looking for donations online.
I hope the damage doesn't increase any more.
Like other brands, KILLYEDNA also makes cloth masks (at this time of year, it is a cool mask made of cold-feeling material).
I didn't think that the mask production that started in March would last this long.
There was more response than expected, and all the staff are working on it.
We are preparing to be able to sell it on the web store too.
It seems that there won't be any exhibitions in distant places for a while, so I wondered if it would be possible to interact more with people who are far away. When
I would like to renovate the store and make a photography booth.
I imagine that I might be able to get in touch with people not only in Japan, but also overseas, but things aren't going very well. . .
Once the mask production is settled, we will move on to the renovation work, so please look forward to it.
The hot days continue, so please take care of yourself. Don't overdo it!
1-16-5-2F Azumabashi, Sumida-ku, Tokyo (5-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Ginza Line)
The web store is in operation, and the atelier shop (real store) will be closed for the time being.