Yozo Waku, who supervised the translation of A. Fraser's "The Cultural History of Toys", wrote in the afterword: “There are two possible ways to think about the origin of toys. One is the desire to imitate human beings, and they are miniatures such as dolls, animals, and vehicles. , kites, spinning wheels, balls, etc., were not born with the purpose of directly imitating everyday life, but were inspired by certain coincidences and creatively utilized in life and play.”
KaILI's collection "TOY" which is released irregularly. Focusing on the imitation and creativity of toys, the ideas extracted from KaILI are expressed in different depths.