“ISANA” is taken from the ancient Japanese word meaning “whale”.
We have created a new word, “KISANA”, by adding the word for tree, “KI”.

According to the tale of the Maori from New Zealand: The whale god of the oceans 
and the tree god of the forests traded bodies and thus becoming intertwined,
they protect the land and seas. 

The native Australian Aborigines have a way of teaching through songs. 
These are called “Songlines” and taking this as our namesake 
we call our project “Kisana Lines”.

Traversing space and time, it tells stories from our world that we hope will reach future generations someday.