An original material made of hakeme chambray, which is made by alternating worsted yarn and wool silk bouclé yarn in a 1:1 ratio, with a twill weave. To finish, a tumbler washer is used to relax the fabric and give it some bulge. The twill weave blends in with the wool of the warp threads, and the slight sheen of wool and silk bouclé threads peeking out gives it a distinctive look.
*Accessories: wooden hanger, shopper
90% wool/10% silk
The brand name is derived from Japan's national bird, the pheasant, which comes in a variety of colors, mainly beautiful green. Colors that may not seem to match at first glance harmonize beautifully, as if by causing a chemical reaction, and appear new. Respecting our roots and history, and against the backdrop of Japan's serious craftsmanship, we sometimes look at conventional wisdom from an oblique angle and use surprising "fabrics" to bring out new possibilities. These two meanings are the essence of the brand's manufacturing.