Jacket tailored with "tuna sashiko" also known as "tuna stripe", one of the famous Ensh? knitting patterns.
And what is the "tuna stripe"? Well, it's a gradation of colours, from deep indigo to white, in a stripe pattern.
The body of the tuna is really dark at the top and it gradually becomes lighter on its way down, often including a striped pattern as well, so there is where the name of this pattern comes from.
In the middle of the Edo period, when the concept of the "Edokko", (referring to a person born and raised in Edo, the actual Tokyo), the striped patterns were really stylish and it seems that it was around that time when this pattern first appeared.
We combined the traditional "tuna stripe" with the "sashiko" creating a work that we can't describe with words.
And we are sure that any Edokko will go crazy over this amazing jacket.