The Cedar Avenue of Nikko, located in Japan, is home to thousands of ancient Sugi trees that were planted over 400 years ago. These trees were planted as a gift so that future visitors may be protected from the heat of the sun & serves as a symbol of prosperity for the future. This inspiring story is where Sugi Tree Studio got its name. As a part of our business model, we donate 10% of yearly profits to chosen wildlife rescue organizations so that future generations may also appreciate the wonders of nature.
Cedar Avenue of Nikko

"A society grows great when [people] plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in." -Greek Proverb

Who We Support:

Toronto Wildlife Centre

The Ocean Cleanup
Rainforest Foundation UK
Survival International
Wildlife Rescue BC
African Wildlife Foundation