About Honya Plan

Honya Online sells paper containers and three-dimensional products designed and designed by Honya Plan.

The TMT (Thirty Meter Telescope) paper craft production has triggered the production of NAOJ goods, and we sell goods every year on Mitaka/Hoshi and Space Day. In addition, a gacha machine is installed in the exhibition room on the Mitaka campus of the National Observatory.

The Honyah of the Honyah plan is the Honyara Honyah. We specialize in designing structural designs for things that are pleasing or cool, such as paperboard and flat materials such as paper.

Roughly speaking, I use "folding, cutting, and pasting" to create what can be made into a three-dimensional object by assembling what was a flat surface, or making a three-dimensional object back into a flat surface.

For example, there are paper crafts, magazine appendices, things like cardboard furniture and toys, and things like picture books that pop out, but especially "the first thing" and "a troublesome thing".We make things that are not standard.

Also, one step further from the world of work creation by paper craft writers and paper engineers,To make it into a practical industrial product,Since it can be designed on the assumption that it will be manufactured at low cost in large quantities (thousands to millions of copies), it will be firmly accepted even if it comes to a standstill.

Still, I recently introduced an on-demand cutter. The long-awaited production of three-dimensional objects can be realized with a "small number of copies", and the production limit frame, which has been a bottleneck in terms of cost, is removed,There are more options for making special 3D paper products. I would like to tell you that it has become a fun world where you can make three-dimensional paper products with just a little bit.

If it is something like paper, we can make various kinds of "honarara", whether it is heavy or light, difficult or easy.



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