Woodworking • Art • Playfulness

The Art of Crafting

Woodworking • Art • Playfulness

The Art of Crafting

“Slow living is all about creating time and space and energy for the things that matter most to us in life.”

~ Brooke Mcalary ~

Slow Living Collection

Having a slow living lifestyle is not something difficult. We can start by having some minor changes in our daily life. Simply spare 5 minutes for meditation every day can make a great difference. As Mokuomo is found by a group of slow living enthusiasts, we have everything you need from meditation, food to nurturing your analog hobbies.


Everyone wants to pursue a better quality of life. Mokuomo believes that slow living allows us to appreciate on the beauty of the surroundings and the uniqueness of nature. That is where we find the true meaning of life.



Master YK Ho has more than 20 years of woodworking experience. He likes to handmade things and has even built an entire sofa at his early age. Like most of the designer, YK doesn’t really like restriction or rules. He thinks people should not limit their thinking inside the box.

Haru Sato

Haru Sato is an experienced product designer and wood master. He has more than 16 years of woodworking experience. People call him “Sato Shujin”, meaning Sato Master. Haru is capable of transforming all ordinary wood into different amazing and unprecedented masterpieces.


Slow Down and Appreciate the Surroundings

Slow living means slowing down, doing less but doing things better. We need to understand when to work and when to rest; when to start and when to stop; when to relax and when to meditate.

Mokuomo believes that every design comes from a story. We aim to bring different designs with slow living concept together. We believe that innovation is one’s design inspiring the others.

At the same time, Mokuomo appreciate the beauty of different type of woods. We believe that wood is the most natural material that can help us to relax, and to bring us back to nature. It can help us to enter into the state of flow and to be present and mindful.