I want to be an artist -Tokuko's knitting work history 13-
When I didn't have a job like this, I thought that if I went to the city, I would be able to do something about it, so I wanted to live near Tokyo. Now that I can work, I couldn't find much reason to live in Tokyo.
Because of my husband's work, I knew that I would be in Kansai for a while, so I was excited to finally be able to escape from Tokyo.
So, as a result of discussing where to live with my husband, I decided to live in Kobe this time. Osaka is too big for both of us. We knew from previous experience that renting a property in Kyoto is very difficult for us who have cats.
The students in Tokyo put together a lesson and go on a business trip every month, and during that time they also have amirisu meetings. We will stay at Meri's house or my sister's house.
I've been accustomed to working in different places for a long time, so I didn't have any worries about working with amirisu when I moved.
After moving, I immediately started taking lessons in Kobe. As soon as I put out the call, several people gathered.
One is amirisu's very first staff, Mr. Komiya. The other is yuco, a well-known Fair Isle teacher who is also a designer. Thank you for your long friendship!
After that, I started lessons in Osaka, and steadily increased the number of students in Kansai. Shortly after moving, amirisu acquired a limited liability partnership, so-called LLP, and it became a bit like a company, but we still work alone in front of the PC every day, shipping, and accounting. It was days.
In fact, as a result of continuing to work in a dimly lit apartment in Kobe, my bone density dropped abnormally during this year, and I became acutely aware of the importance of exercise and the sun. I was so busy with work that I couldn't go out. I think it was really good to have a lesson job.
Next year, amirisu LLP will finally move forward. Let's do a shop! That's what I decided.