We are artists, we are nomads, and we go to where new projects seek our talents and skills. Living out of our suitcases most of the time, it only made sense to create an e-boutique that has a connection for our love of Asia in particular, Japan. From the culture, the artists, and to the food, we want to bring it with us, wherever we are.

We are a motley group of creators and friends who have worked on many different projects internationally. MIYUSAKA, a retail company that sells Japanese Calligraphy artwork painted by one of the founders, Sandrine Lafond, is our new endeavor.

We are glad that you found your way here, thank you and please enjoy.




 Sandrine Lafond, Director/Japanese Calligraphy Artist

Celebrated Creative Director, choreographer, and performer, her work has taken her from Europe to North America and Asia. She has worked with some of the most respected and revered companies like Cirque du Soleil, RWS, Naga World, Sunac, and Franco Dragone. A dedicated perfectionist, her greatest skill is in taking on new and complicated projects, like opening a new theater in Cambodia and using her knowledge, training, wisdom, and determination to make them successful at the very highest level. Not afraid of working outside the box Sandrine has toured her own one-woman shows as a clown. She works by example and develops deep and collaborative working environments that allow others to excel. More than 20 years ago Sandrine went to Japan to study Butoh dance. It was the beginning of a great passion for this country. For the last three years, she has been training and creating Japanese Calligraphy artworks.


 Mike Devaney, Director

An executive producer and seasoned strategic and architect consultant who has spent the last 30 years working in the live production and event industry globally. Mike has a strong work ethic and attention to detail that helps build collaborative, sustainable, and ethical bridges between people and companies to achieve the highest levels of success. He thrives in the more complicated projects and supports and nurtures his colleagues to ensure all results reflect a team success. Mike is a strong advocate of sustainability and recycling and actively looks at ways of implementing good practices in his personal and professional life. He supports many charities that work toward a better environment and planet for all.


 Yumi Ayama, Japanese Culture Advisor.

As a professional lecturer of Japanese culture and a qualified Kimono dressing instructor, Yumi has been promoting and teaching Japanese culture for over 30 years. Yumi’s in-depth knowledge and detailed understanding of Japanese culture and its custom highlight the rich and complex diversity that is Japan. Yumi practices the old ways and opens up a world that transcends western cultures to one of respect, deep emotion, and moral fortitude. Yumi's approach highlights in every move, every gesture just what it is to be Japanese. Yumi’s passion comes across in every aspect of her collaboration and her deep respect for her country and its beautiful customs. Should you be fortunate to meet with Yumi you will come away emotionally richer and have a deeper understanding of Japan’s traditional heritage.


 Caroline Sicard, Former Director

 Paolo Santos, Former Photographer