Producing products using the"TOMORROWLAND x MUKU"handkerchief as a canvas

This is a collaboration between Kyosaren, a national organization that oversees welfare institutions in Japan, and the Runbinii Museum in Hanamaki City, Iwate Prefecture, which is operated by the social welfare corporation Korinkai. The works provided by "Kyosaren" are used in the design of works that have been awarded or selected in the "Kyosaren Goods Design Contest" held by the organization in the past. At Heralbony, through product proposals, we create opportunities for welfare to connect with people who had no contact with welfare in the past, and create new value by making the characteristics of people with intellectual disabilities "different" rather than "disabled". We aim to be accepted in business as

● Product Price: 2,700 yen + tax
Product details: Stores with 6 designs: Tomorrowland stores nationwide (excluding some stores)

TOMORROWLAND sales stores (from Hokkaido to Kyushu)
Sapporo Stellar Place store, Sapporo Parco store, Sendai Parco store, Niigata Billboard Place store, Shibuya store, Shibuya Seibu store, Midosuji store, Ebisu Mitsukoshi store, Marunouchi store, Tokyo Daimaru store, Nihonbashi store, Futako Tamagawa store, Kichijoji store, Lumine Shinjuku Store, Lumine Yurakucho Store, Isetan Shinjuku Store, Shinjuku Takashimaya Store, Lumine Tachikawa Store, Lumine Omiya Store, Takashimaya Gate Tower Mall Store, Kashiwa Takashimaya Station Mall Store, Yokohama Motomachi Store, Lumine Yokohama Store, Yokohama Takashimaya Store, Minatomirai Tokyu Square store, LUCUA Osaka store, Umeda Hankyu store, Kyoto store, Kobe store, Kyoto BAL store, Nagoya LACHIC store, Okayama store, Takamatsu store, Amuza Plaza Hakata store, Fukuoka IMS store, Fukuoka store, Amuza Plaza Kagoshima store