• Italian Leather

    I think that the things that have been used are beautiful. It swallows scratches and stains, and the more you use it, the more delicious it becomes. The leather we use is a material that answers that question.

    Traditional leather, which was once widely used in Western life, is resistant to rain and water. Other than beige, no stains will remain even if it gets wet.

    Being able to burn is one of the very grateful functionality.
    I think it's more high-tech than modern materials that are difficult to post-process.

    Accumulation of wisdom and inheritance of tradition from our predecessors. Italian leather is one of the answers we look for.

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    Notes about our recent work and events