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A plasterer uses a tool called a trowel to paint and finish the walls and floors of buildings. The plastering industry has a long history in Japan, and has been an essential part of the finishing process for the walls of Japanese houses, which have long been coated with mud and plaster. Since then, the flexibility of the plasterer's trowel has attracted attention and has been used in various industries, and is now attracting attention for its diversified use cases.

What kinds of places do we work?

We plaster the interior and exterior walls and earthen floors of newly built apartments and buildings.

What is earthen-floor construction?

The earthen-floor work of leveling and putting finishing touches on concrete and mortar. It's not only leveling the surface but also finish it in different ways in accordance with the intended use.