• Vegetable tannins tanned
    It takes a long time to make leather because it is tanned with tannins extracted from nature.
    Since it is tanned for a long time and slowly, it gives a unique softness and expression.
    There are subtle individual differences in the leather one by one, and the leather has a sense of depth. Unlike chrome tanning, you can enjoy aging as a characteristic and taste of leather.
  • Mixed tanning
    By adding a small amount of chrome (about 1% to 2% of the total amount) to natural vegetable tannins, while maximizing the natural texture, the speed of aging is suppressed, and the atmosphere at the beginning of use is vegetable. We have devised a way to enjoy it longer than tanned leather.
  • COW mineral leather
    COW mineral leather /
    Vegetable tannin leather tanned in Tochigi
    Leather that has been moistened with oil and pressed at a high temperature to give it a glossy surface. Leather that seeks strength and lightness by making the leather 1 to 1.2 mm thin, which has firm elasticity and transparency.
  • OIL shrink leather
    OIL shrink leather /
    Vegetable tannin leather tanned in Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture
    While taking advantage of the texture of the leather itself, the leather is pressed with a press to make it a little harder, the oil contained in the leather is raised to the surface to give it a glossy finish, and the slightly harder leather is used. It becomes soft. Originally, it has a textured texture in some places, so you can enjoy the original taste of leather. The scratches are a little noticeable, but when you get used to it, the texture will change.
  • MAT shrink leather
    MAT shrink leather /
    Vegetable tannin leather tanned in Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture
    Same tanning as OIL shrink. Finished in a matte material without the final high temperature press in the dyeing process. The oil is firmly contained in it, so you can enjoy the glossiness as you use it.
  • Proof Canvas * MAT shrink leather
    Proof Canvas * MAT shrink leather /
    Canvas processed in Kyoto
    * Vegetable tannin leather tanned in Tatsuno
    The proof canvas is water-repellent from the top of the canvas using the technique of Kyoto Yuzen. By processing the canvas, you can enjoy the contrast between the “hit” of the cotton material and the unique luster. The leather is cowhide, which is soft and easy to get used to.
  • Cotton * steer leather
    Cotton * steer leather /
    Cotton produced in Kurashiki City, Okayama Prefecture
    * Mixed tanned leather tanned in Himeji
    Cotton is a special process that is actually used for truck hoods and SDF tents, and is paraffin-processed, which is stronger than usual. The cotton-based fabric is resistant to ultraviolet rays, and by adding strong water repellency with paraffin, it can be used for everyday use, and the more you use it, the more delicious it becomes. The combination with leather gives the impression that the entire bag is tight.
  • URUSHI steer oil leather
    URUSHI steer oil leather
    Leather made by applying genuine lacquer to Japanese black beef produced in Japan /
    Mixed tanned leather tanned and processed in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture
    Lacquer leather is made by dyeing the steer leather of Japanese black beef tanned in Japan and then embossing it to create fine grain. The lacquer is repeatedly applied over time and days so that the lacquer is adsorbed only on the uneven convex parts of the fine grain, and then dried. By doing so, the surface of the leather has the unique luster of lacquer, and the concave part of the leather keeps the softness of the leather, resulting in a leather with a unique softness and luster.
    This technique has long been used in the decoration of samurai armor, and now in the body of kendo. We take this as a new approach in which craftsmen protect traditional Japanese techniques and the brand plays a role in spreading it to the world, and we use it in our collections.
  • glove leather
    glove leather /
    Leather tanned in Tatsuno City, Hyogo Prefecture / Mixed tanning
    Glove leather is based on the leather actually used for baseball gloves, and is reprocessed into supple leather with a fine texture and the miscellaneous taste of sports leather. With a matte finish that does not require much processing, the leather is elastic and feels good, and the more you use it, the more glossy it becomes.
  • Crocodile leather
    Crocodile leather /
    Leather tanned in Tokyo
    The raw skin uses Thai sham crocodile (cultured) and Nile crocodile (cultured) from Zimbabwe, South Africa. Tanning (process from leather to leather) and dyeing are done with Japanese tanners.
    Crocodile leather is classified as the most rare type of leather and is distributed as expensive leather. The characteristics of crocodile leather are divided into the dorsal side (thorns on the scales) and the ventral side (square scales are evenly arranged), and the ventral side is especially distributed and used as luxury leather for clothing, bags, accessories, etc.
    Crocodile leather is classified as small crocodile (saltwater crocodile), sham crocodile, nile crocodile, and large crocodile (new crocodile). Alligator and Caiman are not classified as crocodile. (It will be in the Alligator family.)
    Crocodile leather has elasticity and strength, and the unique atmosphere that other leathers can not give and the balance of evenly arranged scales creates a luxurious atmosphere.
    The bag is mainly made of well-balanced sham crocodile and nile crocodile, and the high-value ventral center is placed in the center of the bag to create a dynamic bag.

It takes a long time to make leather.
Since it is tanned for a long time and slowly, it gives a unique softness and expression.
You can enjoy the beauty created by nature.
You can enjoy the unique material and presence.
When used, it tans like human skin.
By using it, you can get a unique texture and make it softer.