When you look at 47Ronin's logo, I am sure you see "47" but do you know that below it is "浪人" the Kanji character in its ancient Chinese font? This logo comes from a handcrafted stamp, carved out from wood, a master piece by the hands of a Japanese craftsman in Kagoshima, Japan.
The kimono is arguably one of Japan’s most distinctive cultural icons. Adorned with beautiful designs and luxurious fabric, is worn by both men and women (more commonly so for women) during important ceremonies and traditional festivals in modern day Japan.
“Genuine Leather” is what you often see printed at the back of watch straps. While literally “Genuine Leather” means real leather instead of synthetic leather, it actually indicates the grade of the leather, which is…...far from the best.