Fire-out half-boiled collection
[Fire-out half-boiled collection HISKESHI HAN-TEN COLLECTION]
In the fire-out soul, "Japanese dress" is taken in every day,
We propose a half-boiled bag that can express modern "stylish".
"Half-shirt" and "Classic half-sleeved" vary depending on the scene
Three kinds of semi-japanese style of "Aoi-dyed hanto".
Half-sleeve of the shirt type appeared from the fire-out half-boiled series.
While leaving the classic half-sleeved comb part, the sleeve has evolved into a modern shirt specification. The pocket of the chest and the side, the arrangement as daily clothes such as the use of the chest string are arranged, and it enters with the fire soul and embroidery in the square character in the bag.
"From hare (extraordinary) to ke (everyday)"
We propose a style that is taken in every day and can express the essence of modern times.
"From Hare (extraordinary) to Ke (everyday)"
In the Edo period, kimono, which was commonplace in the Edo period, gradually shifted to Western clothing after the Meiji era, influenced by foreign people. It is now a rare opportunity to wear kimono on a daily occasion, except for the extraordinary rituals, festivals, and events.
AT HIKESHI SPIRIT proposes a style that allows you to express the modern style of "Japanese dress" that comes from the design of Hanten everyday.
The finest indigo dyeing half-boiled that craftsmanship shines
The fire set-up in Edo was working on a semi-stained indigo dye with strong strength against temperature changes and wear.
Such a fire-out half-boil is reproduced in the present age with the help of a indigo shop (dye shop) craftsman who inherits the techniques of the Edo period.
Associating with nature that differs from climate, temperature, moisture and every day
The finest indigo dyeing half-boiled, packed with the souls of artisans who make it through the process of going through the process.