紡 ―TSUMUGI―

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紡 ―TSUMUGI―

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Let’s Return Home to One’s Spiritual Hometown

TSUMUGI is a community-led project based in Taka-cho, Hyogo Prefecture, that assists those seeking to restore and reutilize traditional Japanese houses in order to rejuvenate the area.

【About TSUMUGI】

We are based in Taka Town (Taka-chō), Hyogo Prefecture, where we reutilize traditional houses in order to develop the community through the following activities

・Projects to renovate old houses
・Assisting the launch of enterprises
・Management of the Hagama Kitchen Club

[Address] Postal Code: 679-1333 255 Kamiku Midani, Taka-chō, Taka County, Hyōgo Prefecture
[Telephone Number] 0795-20-7484
[Fax] 0795-20-7484
[E-mail] takatsumugi@gmail.com
[Representative] Ogura Satoshi
[Leader of renovation project] Ota Toru (CEO/Craftsman, Ota Building Contracting Company)

Satoshi
I moved to Kami District, Taka-chō in 2013. I love cooking and listening to music. Through the renovation program, I would like to show the memories left in these traditional houses and the beautiful landscape of Taka- chō.
Toru
I love trees in every respect. I especially love the Cypress trees of Taka-chō and feel those trees are good for architectural material. On the weekends, I like to use those trees and make chainsaw art.
Saki
Although I was born and raised in Taka-chō, I still discover something fun and new in our town every day. I will show you what makes Taka-chō so great through our Tsumugi program.
Naomi
I simply like old houses. I love the village view of the Taka-chō. It allows me to enjoy the lifestyle and time of the older, nostalgic days.
Tomoko
I play the pipe organ. I purchased an old house which was renewed to live in and opened a shop that sells everyday goods and galleries called Kotonoha on the side.
Naoya
Old houses and sawtooth roofs are important resources that exist in the community. I want to communicate how Taka-chō has good things, is a good place, and has good people.
Hiromi
I left the house at 15 on a spring day but returned to Taka-chō in 2017. What I like to do includes: visiting cafes, pretending to be a carpenter, dreaming, and renovating my antiquated house.

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