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Japan Interior Designers' Association (JID) was founded in 1958 as a national association to represent the interests of the interior designers in Japan.
Since then, JID has been dealing with the professional, cultural, and legal interests of the interior design profession supporting and promoting the realization of the modern design.

The full membership consists of the individual designers who practice interior design and interior product design as well as the researchers engaged in the field of interior design. The supporting membership includes the organizations, companies, design schools and institutes relevant to the field of interior design who wish to contribute the goals of the association.

The objectives of the association are to contribute to the social well-being by looking for the common solutions to make better living environments and to enhance the social recognition of the importance of interior design.
For this end, JID has been exchanging ideas and experiences and trying to strengthen social solidarity between the individuals and the organizations nationally as well as internationally in order to establish the recognition, methods and technique to meet the common goals as the professional organization. JID has taken its roll as a member of global society participating positively in the international activities and voicing itself on issues concerted. and will continue to do its part striving towards the objectives raised through a range of activities and with the recognition and responsibilities as a national organization.

Japan Interior Architects / Designer's Association
Kazunobu Ikeda

President Japan Interior Architects / Designer's Association Kazunobu Ikeda