Who doesn’t know japanese fabric?? Japanese fabric is super famous fabric in denim, especially selvedge denim. Japanese fabric has a super fine fabric quality. Not only a fabric that famous from japan, denim brand from japan is super famous too. So. today we would like to share to you about Japanese Denim Brand. Let’s check it out denimian!
Made with an average of 21 oz denim , the jeans are really tough and built to last a lifetime. Started over 9 years ago by Japanese bikers in search of the perfect jeans for daily riding, Iron Hearts denim jeans and jackets are nothing short of impressive as they are not only tough but comfortable also.With all styles with a price tag of over $250, the jeans are definitely not cheap but are worth the price.
Tokidoki is a fashion brand coming from the work of art of the Italian graphic designer Simone Legno. It combines the American, Italian and Japanese figurative tradition into a unique graphic style whose trademark mix of innocence and allure has won fans and admires and rapidly taken the world by storm. tokidoki means sometimes in Japanese. Simone chose it because everyone waits for that particular moment that can change one`s destiny. tokidoki, in this sense, refers to the hope that something incredible will happen to us, the energy that everybody has hidden inside, giving us the strength to face a new day and dream about something positive and – why not? – magic.
JAPAN BLUE is jeans maker created from Japanese denim mills, called COLLECT.co.ltd in 2010.We had exhibited the denim fabric at Denim by Premier vision in Paris, an annual event hosting many designers. We had produce a pair of sample jeans as a denim fabric sample for a designer, but this desginer wanted to have these sample jeans for himself.We produce jeans for personally at first.
In 1960s and 1970s when number of Japanese brands appeared like bamboo shoots and started manufacturing jeans, Big John was born with pride as a manufacturer of domestic jeans among them. Pouring its know-how accumulated in sewing work wear and uniforms originally in Kojima into denims, Big John has become a Japan-made jeans brand representing Kojima.
Mr Tsunemi had a passion for denim, which inspired him to import them directly from the United States as no denim was manufactured in Japan at that time. Used, worn-out and dirty denim which had to be laundered and mended by hand in order to sell on to his customers. In 1951 domestically manufactured denim was available for the first time in Japan. This product was expensive and of inferior quality compared to its American counterparts. Mr Tsumeni was driven to create his own denims, with greater sophistication in fits, washes and quality. From this point on in Edwin denim , quality, craftsmanship, innovation and integrity have been paramount to the ethos and aesthetic for the brand. In 1961 Mr. Tsunemi crafted the first pair of Edwin denim jeans. Utilising the letters D, E, N, I & M (reversing the M creating a W) he created the brand name Edwin. By 1963 Edwin had produced the worlds heaviest ringspun denim jean (16oz), featuring the famous three-colour rainbow selvedge, which is still being used today. In the 1970s Edwin were the first company in the world to develop old wash designed to replicate denim which have been worn from its rigid, unwashed state traditionally designed for workwear due to its durability. In the 1980s Edwin invented stone washing which revolutionised the entire denim industry and was a pivotal moment in the evolution of denim manufacturing, thus influencing, every denim company in existence today. In the 1990s Edwin created the new vintage denim concept, which encompasses the subtle beauty of hand replicating vintage washes from archive references pre-dating 1947. Edwin is an authentic denim brand priding itself on innovation and craftsmanship, utilising exclusive fabrics and fabrication, unique technology, hand wash processes, and continual progression in design and fit.
Evisu or Evisu Genes is a Japanese designer clothing company that specializes in producing premium denim wear through traditional, labor-intensive methods. The brand was formally founded in 1991 in Osaka, Japan, by Hidehiko Yamane although the research and planning necessary to reproduce the perfect pair of vintage jeans had been going on for several years prior to this. Yamane was trained as a tailor but his love for vintage jeans and his disappointment with the mass-produced modern versions led him firstly to the vintage clothing export business and then, revolutionarily, to start putting together the elements required to reproduce vintage-style jeans. This needed the gathering together of various bits of machinery, none of which had been produced for the last 40 years, which are required to make authentic vintage jeans. The initial production line allowed about 14 pairs of jeans a day to be produced and each of them was lovingly hand-painted with the now famous seagull logo (Kamome) by Yamane himself. Evisu (also written as Evis or Ebisu) is the name of the Japanese folk god of money who is usually portrayed with a fish and a fishing rod. His name was selected for the new venture as money and fishing are two of Yamane`s five favorite things (the others being beer, women and golf – in no particular order). Although initially Evisu was more a labour of love than a commercial venture, Evisu jeans captured the imagination of the detail-obsessed Japanese fashion crowd, spurring a revival of interest in vintage denim which has now spread across the world. In the early 90`s Yamane introduced a tailoring line, followed by fishing and golf lines.
The Japanese premium denim brand Momotaro was founded (2006) in Kojima in Okayama, a place where time still passes slowly. The small coastal town moves at an unhurried pace from the rest of the world and simply being there can allegedly make you feel relaxed.Momotaro Jeans uses only the best natural raw materials to weave the Original Momotaro denim using its vintage weavingmachines.It is a place where tradition lives on and artisans continue to weave their textiles meticulously using techniques passed down through generations. These jeans are ”made by hand without compromise” as the slogan reads.Momotaro is Japanese for ‘peach boy’. In one of the five great Japanese folklores the peach boy is born out of a giant peach, and he grows up to defeat the ONI and become a healthy and honourable man. Generally it is thought that the roots of the story spark the fires of imagination linking it to U-ra’s Legend, which is also a myth around the Kibi area in Okayama – the area which has always been shrouded in mysteries.In the present version of the story, Momotaro is delivered from a great peach that drifted down the river to be the son of an elderly couple. In the older version before the early Meiji period (1868 – 1912), Momotaro’s story used to be a story of rejuvenation. It tells the tale of an elderly couple who ate a giant peach they found and were rejuvenated regaining their youth. Their youthful vigor resulted in a baby boy, whom they named Momotaro.
PURE BLUE JAPAN
Pure Blue Japan has a unique production method utilizing a low tension machine, resulting in a slubby, and rough feeling denim. What is particularly special about their production is that most of their denim rolls off a single machine. A machine which has been adjusted to output fabric which features an uneven and hairy weave. This, coupled with the fact that they only produce through the oldest and finest mills in Okayama, has allowed Pure Blue Japan to produce some of the best quality vintage jeans for denim aficionados for the past fifteen years.
Samurai Jeans is a Japanese jeans brand, founded in 1997. Their collection exists of various models of unwashed denim. Most of the cuts are based on the traditional workwear. The brand uses the leather patch on each jean to tell story. Samurai jeans shares the following view concerning the leather patch: The leather jeans patch was originally attached in order to polish the knife of working woodsman and trappers throughout the West. Today it is a denim marketing tool and branding instrument which is a long way from the origins proposed by Samurai Jeans.
Denim from Japan to the world standards is the target. They started the brand development at an international showroom of Milano from 1999-2000 fall and winter season.
Uniquely Japanese denim made from you guessed it- sugar cane. For many years, Sugar Cane Jeans were a ferociously guarded Japanese secret but today the brand is attracting global attention. Interestingly, Sugar Cane prefer to use the vintage term dungarees in preference to the term jeans to describe their product: The word jeans has become the vernacular for faux denim fashion wear that masquerades as the tough, classic waist overalls history made famous.We have thoroughly analyzed our forerunners jeans from the 1900 s in chronicle order from yarn, dye, weave and construction to components . We have with us the actual results of fabric woven and colour fade test on the original pants worn. In order to create our own original jeans, it took over 20 years of research. To perfectly reproduce denim fabrics from 50 to 100 years ago in today s advanced period is extremely difficult. To begin with we had to look for old power looms that had worked to weave denim fabric in those days, restore them and adjust them to weave the fabric we have. It was not easy to revive the old machines that disappeared a long time ago due to rationalization. Nowadays, the old power looms are not so unusual but in the early research stage, satisfactory fabrics could not be woven on the old looms found. It was a joint operation with the weaver of trial and failure and advanced step by step. Sugar Cane denim by traditional Japanese dyeing techniques by hand and not by machine. The first model Sugar Cane Awa is made of sugar cane denim dyed by Awa indigo. Awa used to be one of the popular places producing indigo, located in the western part of Japan. The second model Sugar Cane Okinawa is made of sugar cane fibre and indigo produced in the region of Okinawa, Japan. The third model Sugar Cane Hawaii is made from sugar cane and indigo imported from Hawaii.