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The Best Summer Styles from D&DEPARTMENT
Our original workwear is not too trendy that you can wear for a long time, regardless of age or gender.
D&DEPARTMENT FUKUSHIMA by KORIYAMA CITY
We are pleased to announce the opening of our first Tohoku base in the Tourist Information Center at JR Koriyama Station in Fukushima Prefecture. The Fukushima store's partner is Helvetica Design Corporation, which is also committed to urban development through design rooted in Fukushima.
HARIO Lampwork Factory: Inheriting techniques of artisans to create heat-resistant glass accessories with hand work that passes down the legacy.
"Long-Life Design" does not merely refer to design or form. It also qualifies contexts such as the way in which goods are manufactured and sold.
Plastic Products can be lifelong companions if you care for them.
"Long Life Plastic Project" is a project where we tackle change with age and using plastic as a life-long material. We would like to introduce our "Long Life Plastic Mug" as our very first project. We have the desire to not just market it as a product but also ask customers to participate in our project.
Our Original Workwear: Creating long lasting products
We find the origins of manufacturing by makers and production areas and make proposals to modern consumers while passing them on. And we develop and sell products that will be long-life designs for the future.
Original socks made in Nara: Our products use high-quality and eco-friendly materials.
D&DEPARTMENT's original socks are manufactured in Nara prefecture, one of Japan's major sock manufacturing regions. Made from recycled wool that is combined from cotton collected from the yarn-spinning process and scraps of cut merino wool.
Otagama Pottery: Traditional techniques born from repetition
Pottery that faithfully inherits the features of Koishiwara ware, resulting from repetitive handwork.