Takumi Story

Takumi had a unique vision – to bridge the gap between traditional Japanese craftsmanship and the global market. Their journey began when the one of the director, Amirul Hakim, discovered a profound connection between imported goods and the traditional kimono.

Inspired by this observation, Amirul envisioned to create a platform where both local artisans and craftsmen from around the world could showcase their skills and products. And thus, Takumi was born.

The first step was to expand through the kimono, a symbol of Japan's rich cultural heritage. Amirul believed that by integrating imported textiles, patterns, and techniques into kimono production, he could create a fusion of traditions that would capture the hearts of people both in Japan and abroad.

Takumi strives to showcase the finest examples of craftsmanship, selecting products that embody exceptional quality, attention to detail, and artistic expression. By curating a collection of imported goods and crafts, Takumi aims to highlight the shared values and universal beauty found in various cultural traditions.

The vision of Takumi extends beyond being a mere marketplace. It is a sanctuary for those seeking a deeper connection with traditional Japanese culture and a celebration of global craftsmanship. Takumi invites people to experience the stories, traditions, and skills behind each item, fostering a sense of wonder and appreciation for the craftsmanship and cultural heritage that goes into every piece.

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