Inspiration of Japan

 

- ASARI - Inspiration of Japan -  

 

Born from true passion, like so many Japanese retail concepts, Asari designers are a bit like those elusive musicians who write hit songs but never chase fame themselves: though you might not know them, you definitely know their work.

 

Founded in 2016  — started out like many of its Shibuya contemporaries, producing graphic T-shirts and sweats, rapidly growing into a lifestyle retail brand concept whose output encompassed everything from home appliances, electronics, cosmetics, gifts, stationery, sports and streetwear.

 

Asari is much more straightforward, creating clean, stylish, accessible pieces with unique touches that become familiar over time, focused around designing "simple" products that are basic and necessary

 

In 2019 the concept was sold to Japan Global Fund and to Japan United industries, the brand’s popularity has continued to thrive, and thanks to the passionate designers team the reputation as the original affordable-price, high-qualityJapanese brand has made it a coveted purchase for every customer from trend-savvy teenagers to style-blending fashion authorities

 

The primary business also includes Asari Coffee & Store, Asari Sushi Ito; the company has also engaged in Asari Design Hotel project.

 

In recent years, Asari has made itself comfortable in the streets and shopping malls of numerous major cities.

 

Over time, the concept birthed a number of labels including Tokyo Social Club, Poshlab Tokyo, Tokyo Industries, Me & My Monsters, Osaka Yoga Club, Kozo & Washi Stationery, Masa +, Kanketsu Kitchen & More, and Okada.

 

2020 Collections

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Inspiration of Japan.

From designs that bloat and transform the natural human form, to perfumes that some have described as smelling of burnt wood.

Inspiration of Japan.

We transformed the power of functional, utilitarian home appliances  into stunning fashion design.

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Inspiration of Japan.

The designs are reimagined with modern and futuristic touches, elaborately-decorated home appliances are designed to be just as easily worn inside-out, and classic pieces like tea sets and sushi sets are disrupted with unexpected touches and textures.

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© 2020 by Atsuko Tanaka to Yamamoto Takeuchi Corporation