Each of our heritage designs represents a different aspect of traditional Japanese culture.
Beyond their distinct visual appeal, these timeless Japanese designs introduce ancient beliefs and philosophies that are universally alluring. We hope you'll share our pride in Japanese heritage and wear a piece of history on your next ride.
Nishikigoi is a decorative species of Asian carp that distinguishesVIEW PRODUCTS
itself with the unique colors and patterning of its scales.
Kikko or turtle shell is a tiled hexagonal pattern that representsVIEW PRODUCTS
longevity and vitality that is used to infuse items with good fortune.
Samekomon is made with overlapping arcs of small dots thatVIEW PRODUCTS
resemble shark skin and protects the wearer from misfortune.
Shippotunagi or seven treasures is a circular pattern dividedVIEW PRODUCTS
by a shining star that is thought to foster happy relationships.
Kintsugi is the 15th century art of gold mending a broken object toVIEW PRODUCTS
highlight and treasure its flaws.
Asanoha is a traditional hemp leaf pattern built with a collectionVIEW PRODUCTS
of triangles that represents strength, beauty and resilience.
Ajiro is a classic Japanese architectural weaving technique that remindsVIEW PRODUCTS
us that always being organized is polite and respectful.
Seigaiha is a lucky pattern of infinitely repeating wave crestsVIEW PRODUCTS
representing a shared wish for eternal peace and tranquility.