What you wear Samurai Mode
Clothes express the air of the generation, a sense of value, hope, and wishes for the future to those who wear them.
In now the flow of the times is very fast,
To the people who work hard for someone who is precious to you,Live with strong beliefs and values and have the will to carry on.For such people in the world, regardless of age, nation, or gender, By wearing this jacket, Straightening myself, Standing on my feet and having a spirit like the samurai.
"OK, I can do it; I believe in myself." “Put my heart into each action.”
To express such a feeling for you and me,I named these clothes “Samurai.”
You have seen at least once before.Japanese animation, manga, samurai drama.Samurai, lived with own strong spirit and belief. “I am just modern Samurai.” “Strong, affectionate, stick to my guns, Samurai is me.” Yes, you become to be modern Samurai.
Bring the Samurai Mode Jacket to the people of the world.For your important business scene,For your memorable day,Even for your ordinary day, We want you to wear them as a part of you to express your feelings and beliefs.
3 pieces kimono style of Japanese - 和 - Mode
Samurai Mode Series is our Next kimono by 3 pieces kimono style without special technique to wear.
This is the clothes for people who loves kimono.
Winner of A’Design Award 2022 that one of the most biggest international design competition in social category from Italy.
Reproduce kimono silhouette with beautiful drape of shoulder as modern jacket
Samurai Mode Jacket is designed with deeply thinking about pattern, silhouette and drape.
It makes feeling like wearing the wind.
Main fabric is made from recycled PET bottles
Main fabric is one of “&+™” brand made by TORAY INDUSTRIES, INC.
" &+™ is a new fiber made from recycled PET bottles. Friendly to the environment, it offers high quality and functionality. From recycling, to upcycling, &+™ embodies a new way of thinking designed to expand recycled fiber use, and realize a sustainable society. &+™ fibers are made from used PET bottles that are collected by local governments and shops throughout Japan. The bottles are then carefully sorted and shredded, and cleaned in an alkaline solution. "