In Japan, there are many people that often move from place to place for many reasons that are very different from one another. Mexican designer Gerardo Osio wanted to give nomads in Japan a sense of belonging. His design was created with a more traditional manner in mind, dedicated to Zen minimalist culture. In the wooden box, which Osio cals “Hako”, is placed a couple of traditional objects that would make any place feel familiar, warm and cozy. This is an excellent example of a mishmash of modernity and traditionality but made in a beautiful way.