Welcome to the official webpage of Kotokami®LLC, a company engaged in the food, crafts and media industries.
Kotokami® is an anagram for “Tokki” (토끼), Korean for Rabbit, and “Mao” (猫), Chinese for Cat. It is a reference to the nicknames of the company’s founders Grace (the rabbit) and James (the cat). Kotokami® can further be extrapolated to “Koyangi-Tokki-Kami” (고양이-토끼-神), symbolizing a blessing from cats and rabbits.
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