My grandfather's house was a small ironworks, and when I was in kindergarten and early elementary school, I played with drilling machines and grinders, and modified bicycles.
It was around the end of the 1970s.
At the same time, I was exposed to American culture such as skateboarding, Coca-Cola, and Star Wars.
Well, I don't know if this is the right experience. I don't know if this is the right experience, but this is probably the earliest roots of TSL.
However, I believe that childhood experiences are important.
THE SUPERIOR LABOR holds a workshop for children called "TSL CUBS INSPIRATION LAB".
The SuperIOR LABOR holds a workshop for children called "TSL CUBS INSPIRATION LAB".
"The theme of the workshop is "thinking," "making," and "freedom.
There is only a brief explanation of the tools and safety.
The rest of the workshop is free to create.
Another important thing is that the parents do not interfere.
In this way, each child will be able to create something different and unique.
There is always a lot to be gained from making something that has nothing to do with money, deadlines, responsibilities, or other adult circumstances.
I get a lot out of it, and it's always an eye-opener for me.
And new inspiration is born.
It is difficult for me to hold this event at this time, but if there is a request, I will come to your town.