Fabric

  1. New Chino Pants - AW2023 collection -

    West Point Chino Pants Color: BEG, GRY, NAY Size: S - XXL   They may look like ordinary chino pants, but don't underestimate them. JBJ is still particular about the fabric! So let's focus on the fabric of this confidence! First of all, we would like to start from "what is the name West point".   West Point is... It...
  2. Inlay - 16.5oz, 18gauze jersey fabric -

      16.5oz, 18gauze jersey fabric.     ”Inlay" have become representative of Japan Blue Jeans' tops. Inlay (knitting) is manufactured at a factory in Gifu. For those of us who have long been involved in the denim industry, our encounter with inlay was full of new discoveries. We will introduce our commitment to fabric production and its production background, which...
  3. About Sashiko

    Hi, It's still very hot in Japan, but AW23 items are beginning to arrive. We would like to talk about JAPAN BLUE JEANS' standard fabric "Sashiko" this time.   First of all, about what Sashiko is. Originally, the term "Sashiko" did not refer to the weaves like denim, but to the technique of sewing multiple layers of fabric together in...
  4. WASHI DENIM

    Hi, Have you checked unique fabric "WASHI DENIM" in SS23 yet? That is perfect for the coming season so we would like to tell you a little bit more details of fabric today.     When different materials are used in one fabric, there is a method called "mixed weaving", in which yarns of different fabrics are mixed and woven...
  5. What is "Sashiko-like Jacquard"?!

    We are going to introduce about "Sashiko-like Jacquard" which attract attention.   Now, what kind of fabric is Jacquard? Jacquard is a fabric woven by a Jacquard loom and designs and patterns are woven into the fabric. The loom is an automatic loom invented by French inventor Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1801.   Jacquard loom   Unlike printed fabrics, Jacquard...
  6. What is "Back Satin (sateen)"?

    Have you ever heard of "sateen"? It is one of the three fundamental weaves. Three fundamental weaves have plain weave (chambray, canvas ), twill weave (denim, chino), and sateen weave. Each has its own characteristics and is used for different purposes.   Sateen weave has fewer intersections between the warp and weft yarns, and more of either yarns appear on...

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