Pirkamonrayke means "to do a good job" in Ainu language. The unfamiliar phrases have a unique ring to them, as if we knew them from our old memories, suggesting that this project is a new initiative that has never existed before. This pirkamonrayke logo has two eyes (i) in the string to express the concept of "collaboration between production areas". The two red dots indicate the production areas of each, and by collaborating with each other, they represent the future potential of Japanese manufacturing.
Good (pirka) and working (monrayke). And if there is another meaning, it may mean that craftsmen join hands and connect.