Amami Oshima is full of inspiration and is the life-source for everything on the island. Hajime Shoji believes in sustainable practices to protect the flora, fauna, and natural resources of the island.
Hajime Shoji is proud to be a part of the Restoring Oshima Tsumugi Project, an effort to teach our craft to future generations. We pay homage to our ancestors who dedicated their lives to the craft of Oshima Tsumugi.
Hajime Shoji seeks to share our work and connect with others across the world. We have worked with french ateliers, and exhibited and held workshops in Europe and NYC. We are always open to new opportunities to collaborate.