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In 1979, we established Brooklyn Co., Ltd. as a company that deals with original products such as store brands and select shops, and we were able to celebrate the 40th anniversary of our founding last year.
We have expanded the frontage by responding from small lots, shared various information, and from this we have shared the know-how of making things, and we have been making things and developing materials pursuing originality together.

In 2002, the leather brand was born, and the flagship shop opened in Aoyama, with the desire to directly deliver to customers the products we have cultivated as a manufacturer.
Furthermore, in the same year, he exhibited as the only company in Japan at one of Europe's largest exhibitions held in Milan, Italy. We have developed into a global expansion.

A childhood that touched on the Japanese tradition of "repairing culture" such as kimono and Kintsugi, and the "playfulness" of the founder who was an art collector.

The culture of repairing is kind to people.
A playful culture excites and enriches the mind.

In order to maintain these two cultures, it has been 20 years since I became a craftsman and my mission is to pass it on to the next generation.
Over the past 20 years, we have witnessed the environmental problems surrounding the world and, along with a culture that values ​​things, the desire to "end the disposable age" has become even stronger and has driven me.
We are also developing a project under the theme of “Shavings are also life” and developing tanna and sustainable leather certified by an international examination organization.

We will continue to convey the splendor of Japanese products to people all over the world while continuing the spirit of the founder who loved art and created color creation. And, with the mission of spinning the relationship of sustainable culture, we aim to become a 100-year company with two-generation staff, and proceed.

BROOKLYN co,LTD
CEO

Masahiko Kusugaya

The concept of manufacturing at the Brooklyn Museum is
"How fun and how rich you can feel your life."

This concept is
For us, it is the view of life itself.

I'm a worker and a mother.
Through work and child rearing, my daily thoughts are
The children who bear the future and us adults recognize each other without borders,
What are the things that help us to live together?

The by-product of leather is "life = benefit", and it changes from leather to leather.
Many people are involved in one thing, leather,
There are many stories and lives there.

The same thing can be said for all clothing, clothing and housing around the world, not just leather.
I think there are countless stories.

In order to realize the culture that connects the next generation, the creative value that creates a new culture, and the experience value, we will continue to walk by crying and laughing with users, business partners, and staff, and by using human-like activities as the driving force.

BROOKLYN co,LTD
COO

Harumi Naito

The concept of manufacturing at the Brooklyn Museum is "how fun and how rich you can feel your life."

This concept is
For us, it is the view of life itself.

I'm a worker and a mother.
Through work and child rearing, my daily thoughts are
What is the kind of thing that the children who bear the future and us adults will recognize each other in a borderless way and their lives?

The by-product of leather is "life = benefit", and it changes from leather to leather.
A lot of people are involved in one thing about leather, and there are many stories and lives there.

I think that there are countless stories that can be said not only in leather but also in clothing, clothing and housing around the world.

In order to realize the culture that connects the next generation, the creative value that creates a new culture, and the experience value, we will continue to walk by crying and laughing with users, business partners, and staff, and by using human-like activities as the driving force.

BROOKLYN co,LTD
COO

Harumi Naito

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