Souka is one of the Japanese classical patterns. Sou (Sou) means grass and ka (Ka) means flowers. The pattern of grass and flowers including chrysanthemums and balloonflowers is boldly printed on our casual-type canvas cloth.
Sarasa refers to the calico design which is originally from India. However, the lovely Arabesque flower design is also very Japanese.
We have expressed the four seasons in different Japanese traditional colors. The design is a bit playful with its varied colored trees and our logo.
Shippo is one of the auspicious signs used in various ways in Japan. The infinite circles represent peace and harmony.
Shinzaburo Hanpu’s image color is green. The various shades of green appear to dance and dip lightly over the canvas.
We asked people from a variety of different countries to write “bag” in their own language. We randomly printed these words on canvas to create our Sekai bags.
Hitotsuki is a modern pattern based on the Japanese traditional sense of beauty. It’s designed with slightly asymmetrical circles to express the sun and moon in the sky.
Dougu Zukushi features all the essential work tools of our craftspeople such as scissors and sewing machines.This pattern was dyed in celebration of our 110th anniversary.
This is a colorful pattern. Each color was dyed by a specialist using a large stencil. To create this pattern, each color had to be dyed five times!
This is the simple pattern. The material was dyed in a color known as Gin-nezu (silver-gray) a color used for our bags that is reminiscent of times past. The new pattern has been dyed onto the gin-nezu material in metallic silver.
The new pattern was created under the premise that all of humankind should be kind to our planet Earth, and praise the existence of all life forms equally – it is a pattern that is imbued with such feelings.
This pattern, which is alive with many different life forms, was created for the 115th anniversary of our company. It is a monochrome print on heavy fabric. The design is like a mural depicting the evolution of life and is weighty and solid looking.
This pattern, which is lively with many different life forms, was created for the 115th anniversary of our company. It is a colorful print on light fabric and is based on the imagery of all life forms singing happily together.
The monogram designs of astroboy were created in collaboration with Tezuka Productions. The texile has been designed by fashion designer, Hiroaki Ohya of ASTROBOY BY OHYA.
The camouflage designs of astroboy also were created in collaboration with Tezuka Productions. The texile has been designed by fashion designer, Hiroaki Ohya of ASTROBOY BY OHYA.