A story of Serene Sling

Usually we hear of the stories of a Mom or Dad inventing baby products because they see a need and try to make the things easier for the parents and better for the baby.  Well, this is a different story.

There was a man in Japan, Mr. T. Murakami. He was long retired from the business he knew which was knitting. He had worked with in the knitting industry for fifty years. He successfully traded all kind of yarns and had knitting factories in Japan. He was one of the leaders in this industry, retired at the age of seventy two and spent a wonderful twenty years with his lovely wife of 61 years.

After losing his wife and while dining at a restaurant, he met a young family.  The Mother was using a baby carrier and he watched her try to take the baby out and he saw how hard and complicated it was. He thought of an idea to make a baby carrier with knit fabric and easy to use.  The development process was more difficult than his conception.  When he came to a deadlock, he decided to fly to San Francisco to visit Google.  He thought he needed to be around young people so he had lunch with many young men and women to be inspired once again. It was a strange experience at 90 to visit with them, but it restored his confidence.  In virtue of his lunch, he finished his original carrier.

The Serene Sling has been selling successfully in Asia and US.