Japanese brand Blue Sakura was founded in 2016 in Okayama. Although it is a pretty young brand, it started conquering popularity among fans that favor both classic denim and fashion clothes.
The brand was founded by Shuji Ishibashi with the help of Whoval Inc. which has existed since 2009. Experience in various types of manual post processing had been grounded in Whoval, making sure Blue Sakura covers these important details and designs through and through. Blue Sakura is used to relying on traditions, quality and adherence to ecological standards in their manufacturing processes.
If you take a look at the Blue Sakura collection, you can note that the clothes produced by this brand were inspired by vintage fashion. However, they are designed with trendy silhouettes. Right here we can see both elements of the American legacy and especially Japanese original details.
Blue Sakura produces both jeans with raw selvedge and jeans with post processing that are made to last for a long time. All of their processes try to follow environmental rules, making it a great stand for the earth in the denim world.
During industrial washing, manufacturer uses stones which were brought from the south of Japan.
Blue Sakura also issues its own type of remade jeans. Jeans are washed manually until it becomes almost decrepit. Therefore, each pair of jeans will be original and individual. For those fans of raw denim who prefer to have their jeans in a non-washed condition, you could try to branch out and differentiate your wardrobe with at least one pair of these special remade jeans.
But we definitely cannot call Blue Sakura as a sole jeans brand. This manufacturer produces high-grade men and women’s clothing collection as well. You can see T-shirts with beautiful prints in each issue (Blue Sakura tries in every possible way to stress their origin from Kojima). Not only do they produce knitwear, oxford shirts, denim, multiple jackets but they also produce interesting clothes like kimono-jackets (jackets which are based on japanese original historical wear made of denim with sleeves up to the elbows.
Let’s take a look at Blue Sakura clothes we have at Denimio.
Straight classic in regular fit. This model has a vintage style. Jeans were produced with raw selvedge 15 OZ. These jeans will have a nice fading. You can differentiate this brand by its tab on the back pocket which is colored in national Japanese flag colors.
Tight straight one-wash jeans with slight post-processing.
These distressed jeans with post-processing was painstakingly handmade manually. We mentioned this jeans before. Each pair of jeans had to overgo a series of scrubbing, cutting and hardening with stitches. This style is equally important in Japan along with the raw denim classics. Basically, only a diligent and long-term process can achieve this superior quality.
As you can see, this jacket is a bold example of great merging between the vintage and modern style. This style is fully recycled and modern. This jacket has no baggy appearance and should be worn with tight and fit clothes. At the same time, all details refer to the classic jacket Type II. Right here we can see a patch-pocket on the chest. Jacket was produced with 15 OZ denim. There is no shrinkage as this is a one wash version.
Shirt is denim in western style, Blue Sakura style. This item is considered to have a tight fit on the figure. As you may notice, this shirt has two patch-pockets with clinch buttons. Aside, the pocket situated a tab with Japanese flag. Edge seams are sewed with classic triple stitches such as those similar to old fashioned shirts.
A crazy shirt, this one. It was made with three different types of denim which have different grades of post-processing. One part is produced with slight digest denim with a saturated indigo color. The middle part has denim with more intensive processing. The last part has a white color and a pale hint of denim. The bottom is not hemmed, giving it a designed and rugged look.
The same trick – though Blue Sakura applies it to flannel this time. Shirt is sewn with three different pieces of different prints.
These blank T-shirts are produced in 3 basic colors: white, gray and blue. The main feature of this model is using sleeve cutting with external inseam, making the wearer seem buffer with fuller toned arms.
Blue Sakura T-Shirts are produced with thin cotton fiber and mild and cozy knit. Not only does this model has a patch-pocket with tab, but the t-shirt also has a longer length on the back than on the front. On the bottom there is situated selvedge with red fiber.
This is simple basic T-shirt without details. Brand label was sewed aside with selvedge strip.
Possibly, this is the most extraordinary T-shirt by Blue Sakura. They describe this color: ” the color of water”. This shirt is pre-washed.
In this case, we can see odd and interesting things from the Japan brand Blue Sakura. This might be the one brand you’ve been looking for all this time- one that brings character and fun details to your beautiful denim wardrobe.