FAMILY & FRIENDS
 

Sat san with YUZU tree, the artist of the wood carving artworks.

Sat san with YUZU tree, the artist of the wood carving artworks.

An eagle with fish. 

An eagle with fish. 

Dear friend, Keikosan with YUZU tree. 

Dear friend, Keikosan with YUZU tree. 

Sea birds on currents. 

Sea birds on currents. 

 
These four pieces of Japanese woodblock prints created in Meiji 18 (1885). They feature the diverse Tokyo scenes during this period. 

These four pieces of Japanese woodblock prints created in Meiji 18 (1885). They feature the diverse Tokyo scenes during this period. 

Special thanks to friends and artists who made YUZU a beautiful and welcoming place. 
 
For the overall concept of YUZU and website, thank you for everything, Mr. Hoyong Lee!  
   
For the YUZU logo, 
Special thanks to Chara Rimpa Project in Japan (http://chara-rimpa.kirara.st/?page_id=2327 
    •    Mr. Cho Kuwakado
    •    Ms. Keiko Kuwakado
    •    Dr. Yasuyuki Sakura
    •    Ms. Toshie Yoshioka  
    •    And children of Lumbini Kindergarten (http://lumbini-kind.net

For the Kirie artworks (traditional Japanese paper-cut art), sincere thanks to Mr. Takumi Sato.

For woodblock prints from the year of Meiji 18, our gratitude and warmest regards to Ms. Michiko Hirata. Thanks to your generous gifts. The ambience of YUZU has become just "right". Thank you, Michiko san.