Toru was commissioned to manage the overall design direction of the new bottle design for Japanese wheat tea ‘Rokujyo Mugicya’. Four designs based on cut glass patterns have their own unique story. The hemp pattern (the plant known for quick and steady growth) represents the healthy growth of one’s children. The fish egg pattern represents prosperity of one’s family. The wooden basket pattern represents family bonding. Finally, the chrysanthemum pattern in combination with the wooden basket pattern represents ever lasting happiness. The special wheat used in this drink (six‐rowed barley) is also illustrated with Edo Kiriko style. This project won a Good Design Award in 2016.