Interview: Usagi and CAFE
Cafe clip used at a Japanese cafe produced by Usagiya, a well-established Japanese confectionery store in Ueno
- Rabbit and CAFE
- Craft and range
- Iron cafe clip
- Processing method
- Press processing + laser marking
- Purpose of use/application
- Clip to close tea and coffee bags for sale at newly opened cafe.
- Delivery date
- 90 days
- Minimum lot
Could you tell us how you started product planning?
Usagiya Cafe is a well-established Japanese café that has been established for over 100 years, and it was established with the desire to let the long-established Japanese candy store know more about the goodness of Anko.
At the time of opening, I wanted to make goods with the same logo mark as cheaply as possible and searched on the net, but Daio Seisakusho hit as a destination where original metal parts can be made in the same Taito Ward, please consult Came to do.
I have a wide variety of parts in stock, and I looked at the parts catalog to find a clip that fits exactly what I had imagined, and I asked you to process it to make a good.
What are the particular points of the product?
When making the sample, the size and number of characters that can be displayed in a small clip were limited during the design exchange, and I finally settled down on the current design/character after many exchanges.
In order to prevent letters from fading, I created several sizes and arranged them in a way that makes it easier to see the size, so it was easy to get an idea of how to correct them.
Regarding the impression you ordered from us this time.
It was good that we had a good understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the manufacturing method and gave us some advice in determining the design specifications.
I think it would be useful if you gave us this advice the next time you plan another product.