Environmental destruction, global warming, conflicts, natural disasters, and accidents.
Building structures and sceneries that could be lost any time are in need to be preserved into the future.

Sceneries are created meticulously with attention to backgrounds and parts that cannot be seen,
and cultural assets are recreated authentically through research by Japanese artisans.

We create dioramas with which you can "feel" the sceneries with the skills of craftsmen
who are meticulous about the quality of visible parts as well as details and hidden parts.
How specifications are determined







Specifications are determined based mainly on "cost," "details," and "scale" that fit the purposes.

The cost varies depending on the degree of details and amount of ready-made supplies that can be utilized.
It is also possible to set a budget and allocate funds accordingly.

Details are important in cases where the interior of a building is of significance or background research is required for a historical building.
The cost becomes relatively high as the number of one-off items increases.

The scale is determined roughly by the scope and size of the diorama, but we recommend scales in which ready-made supplies can be used.
→ A list of major scales (PDF file)

How dioramas are created

1. Select a map to use and create plans

Hold meetings and create plans based on topographical maps, pictures, and other reference materials of the area you wish to create.
If a case or a display stand is needed, create plans for it as well.

2. Confirm the degree of accuracy

Discuss the degree of accuracy based on the reference materials of the main building structure to be created.
Provide a rough estimate.

3. Create the base

Create a diorama base according to the dimensions of the plan.

4. Create the building structure

Create parts of the building structure, then cut out, assemble, paint, and refine them.

5. Create the ground form

Trace the layout plan onto the diorama base and create the landform accordingly.

6. Create terrain, water surface, trees and plants

Paint parts such as roads and the building site, then place fields and the base of the building structure with glue.
Harden parts made of styrofoam and place additional parts such as stone walls with glue.
Add colored plaster to soil and waves to rivers and seas.
Apply powder, crushed urethane foam, gravel, and sand with glue, and add texture to trees and plants.

7. Add touches to roads, place the building structure and tall objects

Place the building structure along with fences if there is any with glue, and draw lines on roads.
Place tall objects such as trees and utility poles.

8. Adjust balance and complete the project

Look at the overall balance of the diorama and adjust colors.
Apply clear paint to water surfaces such as seas, rivers, and ponds.
Complete the diorama by placing accessories such as cars and figures of people with glue.
Please make inquiries for diorama creation
with the inquiry form.