Kamo obasan, is a grandmother living within the rustic hut with her son and a grandchild. Day by day steadily creating strips of paper – as she conjoins them through a traditional secret methodology known as the Waraku, (the action of putting small pieces of paper and assimilating them into one). Living her life far from the modern bustling world, free from materials concerns – her passion is in perfecting the art of Waraku. The processes of dissolving and resurfacing of materials; composing of the natural techniques of
submersing, immersing, re-surfacing and evaporating procedures. She compares this art to the drifting away of the lonesome clouds on a mundane day, and the representation of the cyclic existences of life itself. Wakimukudo menu curation features subtle allusions, traditionalism, breathtaking symbolism, and the overall enigmatic cryptic diction. We take humble pride in our beautiful presentations; adhering to the traditional codes of beauty found through the appreciation of the simplicity of life.