"Crayons of the Mountain"IINODA Hokori & TAKAYAMA Yuria
Symbolic numbers on a box with a matte white background, various colors that can be seen through a small window, and a simple package that says "Crayons of the Mountain." When I opened the box, I realized that it was the color of mountains all over the world. However, there are only mountains that seem to know but do not know. Why is this mountain this color? Perhaps because the entry point is not the "head" such as geology and history, but the "color" that can be felt physically, adults and children were able to enjoy it together with a child's pure eyes.
President and CEO of MARUHASHI KIKAKU,inc. / Project Associate Professor of Tama Art University Engaged in marketing at advertising companies and foreign companies. After obtaining an MBA, became independent and established MARUHASHI KIKAKU,inc. Currently, as an advisor to several companies, including listed companies, and as a project leader of the government, he promotes project direction for product development, new business strategy planning, and policy planning. Participate from the start and manage the program.