When the camera is turned, everyone becomes hard except a few people, and it is not possible to make a natural smile.
I would like to blog behind the scenes of the Kofukuan website, which was renewed in mid-October.
Kono talks passionately about restoring to protect the long-standing taste of our times.
Kobayashi is a fun and unavoidable restore operation, so I'm careful not to talk too much (laughs).
It is a scenery that covers our usual work. I would like to thank the production company and the photographer for their enthusiastic attention.
"I want to do this, I want to do that," I bumped into each other many times, but "I like it!" It was received with a sincere posture until the end.
Even when shooting in the hot outdoors, I forgot the time more than anyone without compromise.
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to you for keeping me company until the end without anything missing out on a lot of requests and consultations from us on the important image shooting that we use on our website.
Moreover, it is a feeling that the attitude of the professional work was shown roughly though it was a short time of four days.
It might be natural that our restore work is done as a matter of course without going out to the surface.
We value the taste of the times. To make it possible for our customers to enjoy its splendor.
This time, I had the opportunity to intensively interview in this way, but as a professional of antique fittings, it was a precious four days that renewed my determination to bring more professional awareness throughout the workshop.