"Yamato", a leather developed by BROOKLYN MUSEUM over two years.
The biggest feature is the benefits of the four seasons in Japan and the use of Japanese beef, which has been carefully raised by craftsmen.
"I want to be particular about doing it in Japan in all processes, from the ranch to the front, tanning, dyeing, and finishing."
Utilizing fine skin eyes and thin and delicate raw skin, it is finished in a smooth and smooth leather.
Tannin tanning is applied so that the texture of Japanese beef is not impaired, and it is dyed by the processing method called "main dyeing".
Repeat the process of putting a little dye in the raw skin, drying the sun again, adding a little dye again and drying the sun, so it takes time to soak the dye to the core of the skin. It is carefully finished without regret.
A clear color and texture that can be expressed only by the main dyeing. In order to faithfully reproduce the order color of BROOKLYN MUSEUM, the finished coloring is done by hand.
With this finish, a deep aging is realized in the clear, and the color gradually changes deeper and deeply with the number of years of worn.
Performing a "tsuki" that is rarely done now is also an important key to talking about Yamato. In order to adjust the skin, smooth the surface with a spatula. By applying this work several times, it will be more beautiful and elegant leather.
"All Made in Japan" was handled by outstanding craftsmen in Japan, from cow breeding, raw skin to leather processing and products.
The process of finishing with the best quality takes a lot of time and effort. It is a world -proud leather that has been realized because there are creators who have been willing to make a good process of "too much time and effort" to "I want to make good things."
How to Care
We recommend Colonil 1909 Supreme Leather Lotion.
First, remove dust or dirt that is not visible in brushing, then remove a small lotion on a soft cloth and apply it to leather products evenly.
After applying, brush it and remove excess cream and make it gloss.
Please wipe dry with leather gloves for finishing.
At this time, be careful not to wipe too much, as it may take away the oil of the leather.
The frequency of care depends on the condition, but please go once a year.
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- Depending on the time of leather and individual differences in the raw skin, the way of entering each piece of dye may be different. Please enjoy the personality of leather and enjoy it.
- We try to reproduce the actual product as much as possible, but depending on your monitor or PC environment, there may be differences in the appearance of the color. Please understand in advance.