When digging into the history of Jeans it was the working class and miners who initially wore jeans in the U.S. It was not until after World War II and the film Rebel Without a Cause was released, starring a young James Dean that jeans became a symbol and the representation of the youth rebellion. The jeans hype soon escalated and travelled all the way to Japan. The Japanese fascination with American jeans and with their culture constantly being in search of perfection, it didn’t take long before the jeans production in Japan skyrocketed.
A color stitched selvedge stripe lining the inseam is popular in Japanese Denim
Japanese denim has become world renowned for their perfection in terms of quality. The jeans are being made the original way jeans were initially made: woven on old looms and using natural dye. The Japanese has stuck to the original way of creating jeans, making them unparalleled in the premium jeans industry.