Slippers to use every day are surprisingly difficult to store. It's bothersome to put it in the shoebox and the storage space gets smaller, and it's a bit annoying to put it in the front door. This "Cosine" slipper rack is what solves such two troubles at once. This is a studio that is famous for "Asahikawa", which is famous nationwide as a city of furniture, and also works on furniture mainly with craftsmanship, and has a highly-sensical lineup that is reminiscent of popular Nordic countries. The company was launched in 1988 with only four artisans. Producing a switch cover focusing on the “cut materials” that are produced when making high-quality furniture, which is unique to the city of furniture, is the first product. The concept has been passed down for over 25 years now. This slipper rack is also solid wood, but was produced from a material that is a little missing to make furniture. When finished as a product like this, there is no image of scraps at all. It is a slipper rack that was born only because of the skill and skill of the artist and the ideas of the designer.