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Chirimen Japanese Pattern fashion accessory

Yamato Tokorotani Japanese Pattern Sandals

Japanese Pattern Bag/Purse

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Japanese Paper interwoven Bag

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Japanese paper molding (Washi)

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Japanese Pattern/Kimono Remake Aloha shirt and T-shirts

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Japanese Pattern/Kimono Remake Aloha shirt and T-shirts

Japanese creative designs of co.mon that fits today life style.

Why not enjoy good and old things, funs and designs about Japan with your current sense.

Japanese marvelous and traditional cultures

co.mon, or a fine pattern is a brand of clothes and fashion sundries, Japanese style of which is of essence, is produced by using original fabrics, kimono materials, obi sash belts cloth, etc. made by Edo traditional dyeing crafters. Funs produce things based upon essence of Japanese marvelous and traditional cultures as well as Food, Clothing and Housing as a matter of course.

Some crafters in Tokyo

There are still some crafters in Tokyo who have inherited Japanese classic cultures. Young successors have been fostered. Skills are used in those commodities of co.mon. Those skills are old but their relation with the crafters handing down WARMTH breathing for a long period of time is important as well in concept of a brand of co.mon.


Meisen is a textile very popular in the early Edo era, a pattern of which is made by dyed warp joined together with dyed weft. Various kinds of sophisticated patterns can hardly be produced today. It took more than two to three months to weave a bolt of cloth. It was time-consuming and painstaking work of conservative and high quality textile, different from dyeing.