Moori is a Japanese billiards & pool tip manufacturer, fabricated by Hideo Moori in his home outside Tokyo.
Moori's handmade tips are exclusively made from boar skin and bonded by a glue lamination. Reportedly, this unique process is so secretive that Moori doesn't even allow his wife into his shop.
Hideo Moori was among the first to use a lamination technique that involves using thinner pieces of leather to make a high-quality tip. Several other manufacturers have followed suit by also producing laminated tips, including Talisman, Tiger, Japanese Molavia and Kamui.
Currently, Moori makes tips in three types of hardness — slow, medium, and fast.