In Izumi City of Osaka, artificial pearls have been actively produced alongside the glass industry since ancient times. It is now an important local industry, with a national market share of over 80%. With advanced technology, artificial pearls are manufactured constructed of glass beads, plastic, or the same shell cores as cultured pearls. Izumi City's artificial pearls are being exported to many countries, including Europe and the United States. Although highly appreciated, like other traditional industries, there has recently been a decline in sales and a shortage of human resources. Under such circumstances, we questioned what kind of design was needed to connect the artificial pearl industry to the future, at the same time, contribute to local revitalization?