Fire Extinguishing Half-boiled Collection
[Fire Extinguishing Half-Boil Collection HIKESHI HAN-TEN COLLECTION]
In the fire extinguishing soul, "Japanese dress" is adopted in daily life,
We propose a semi-dwarf that can express the modern "stylish" style.
Depending on the scene, "half-shirt" and "classic half-boiled"
Three types of semi-dwarf style of "aizen-dyed half-boiled".
Shirt type half-glaze appeared from the fire extinguishing half-boiled series.
While leaving the bag part of the classic half-sleeve, the sleeve has evolved into a modern shirt specification. Chest and side pockets, arranged as everyday clothes, such as the use of chest straps, enters the bag with a square-shaped fire extinguishing soul and embroidery.
"From Hare (extraordinary) to (everyday) to "daily clothes".
We propose a style that is adopted everyday and can express the modern "genuine" style.
"From Hare (extraordinary) to Ke (everyday) kimono"
In the Edo period, "Japanese dress" was once common in the Edo period, and since the Meiji era, it has gradually shifted to Western clothing, influenced by foreign countries. Now, it is a rare opportunity to wear kimono in everyday life, except for rituals, festivals, and events.
AT HIKESHI SPIRIT proposes a style that allows you to express the modern "genuine" by taking into play the "Japanese dress" that comes from the design of hanten every day.
The finest indigo-dyed half-boiled craftsmanship shines
The fire extinguishers of Edo were engaged in the feathering of the semi-indigo of indigo dyeing with a strong strength against temperature changes and wear.
It is reproduced in modern times with the help of a dye shop craftsman who inherited the techniques of the Edo period.
With climate, temperature, moisture and different nature every day
The finest indigo-dyed half-boiled koji filled with the souls of the artisans who make it through the process of going street.