酒井 義夫 /Yoshio Sakai
2015年 2月 ててて見本市にて展示会初出展
2015年 6月 インテリアライフスタイル東京2015に出展
同見本市にてYoung Designer Award 2015受賞
Yoshio Sakai is a woodturner and the founder of “Rokuro-sha” in Fukui, Japan. He produces original goods on the concept “Redefining the Value”, as well as unlacquered wood, such as Japanese traditional bowls.Yoshio is from Otaru, Hokkaido, born in 1980. After graduating from high school, he traveled around in New Zealand, Okinawa and Tokyo. In 2007, he worked for Yamaguchi-Kogei (hacoa), a manufacturer of wooden products in Sabae, Fukui, and studied under Reiji Yamaguchi, a traditional woodturner. In 2014, he founded “Rokuro-sha” after working as a boulanger as well as studying under Masayoshi Shimizu, a traditional woodturner. He exhibited at the “TETETE Mihon-Ichi” in February 2015. He received the “Young Designer Award 2015” at the Interior Lifestyle Tokyo 2015 in June 2015.He is also engaged in other works and projects to improve the sustainability in our planet. He is Deputy Director for PARK Institute in Sabae, Fukui.