Made-in-Japan Denim Jeans, wrapped in Japanese KIMONO
Brand Philosophy of Wa Denim
We contribute to passing on the Japanese traditional culture to the future and to showing it off to the world through the planning, manufacturing, sales, and purchase of brands
We will donate a portion of the proceeds
We will donate 1% of the proceeds of Wa-Denim to NPO -National Conference to Make Kimono a World Heritage Site-.
We take back unneeded Japanese denim
We will take back unneeded Wa-Denim to contribute to the problem of mass clothing waste, and donate Wa-Denim to countries around the world in need of clothing due to poverty, natural disasters, and conflict relief through NPO- Japan Relief Clothing Center-.
Those who send us Wa-Denim will receive a 25% off coupon that can be used to purchase new Wa-Denim.
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14 day money back guarantee
In the unlikely event that you are not satisfied with our product, we have a 14 day return policy, meaning you have 14 days after receiving your item to request a return. To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it in, unworn and unused, and in its original packaging. You’ll also need to provide the receipt or proof of purchase. For details, please refer to the Refund Policy page.
We accept questions on LNE
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We adopt Okayama Denim, the root of Japanese denim
Okayama denim is a denim fabric made in Okayama Prefecture. Over 90% of domestic denim is produced in Okayama prefecture and its surrounding areas. The high-quality denim has attracted considerable attention from all over the world and has been adopted by many western luxury brands.
Nishijin-Ori used for Wa-Denim
Nishijin-ori is a yarn-dyed pattern woven fabric where colored yarns are woven into patterns. It goes through various processes before completion, which differ slightly depending on the fabric types and patterns. How is the pattern used for Wa-Denim completed? Here, we will briefly explain part of the fabric weaving process adopted for Wa-Denim.
History of Nishijin-Ori
Nishijin-Ori is known as one of the most prominent KIMONO fabrics. Nishijin-ori’s origins are said to date back to around the 5th century, when Chinese from mainland China settled in the area now known as Kyoto passed down the techniques of sericulture and silk fabrics.