If you want the best quality branded denim, you should go for the japanese brands. They are awarded the best quality brand around the world. It doesn't matter if we talk about the raw denim or a rigid distressed one the japanese are the best in producing denim. In their collection, brands from Uniqlo and Gap to Rag & Bone and 7 all use denim from Japan for All Mankind.
The history of denim production in Japan isn't lengthy, it only dates back to the mid-1960s and early 1970s when, thanks to Hollywood, jeans became a popular fashion element. So which things are working that make japanese jeans special?
Japanese companies started weaving the denim fabric and started recreating the denim and if we dig deep in the japanese tech and tradition so they have created every american material at home. The development of denim manufacturing centers in textile-producing areas, namely Kojima and Ibara in the prefecture of Okayama and Fukuyama in the prefecture of Hiroshima, is not surprising. Kojima has become renowned as Japan's "denim capital," but it is also manufactured by Kaihara Denim in Fukuyama and Kuroki in Ibara in the other two fields as well.
If we talk about the buyer brands, half of the portion of market needs the selvedge denim. Which takes a long time to produce and also it is made in the traditional looms. While demand for self-denim is powerful, supply has reached a plateau and is probable to decrease as the residual webs that can generate it invariably break down after repair. "Vintage denim is special and unusual because there are so many factories remaining in the globe that can generate it," claims a Japan Blue spokesperson. When a machine breaks down entirely we use its components to solve other devices when they have problems, but since the looms are no longer produced it is only logical that we will eventually run out of tools and components.
Well the selvedge jeans and he vintage denim remains the same and popular then other premium brands Many Japanese companies understand that it may not be a particularly feasible business plan to rely solely on this sort of fabric.
Japan Blue Jeans, a sibling brand of Momotaro Jeans, does not follow patterns and places equal significance on every phase of manufacturing, from weaving and dyeing to sewing and finishing. The brand provides males and females with both vintage and stretch jeans and is supported by top denim distributors in Japan and around the globe. In Kojima and Shibuya, Tokyo, it also has flagship shops.