I am a supporter of Eco-friendly fashion. Specifically, I don’t buy new clothes, I buy used clothes, and I choose items that I can still wear 5-10 years from now. I can do this because I have seen brands from all over the world and I have worked in the fashion industry for a long time.

In my experience as a salesperson and a product creator, I have faced several problems.

No more mass production and mass disposal!



In fact, I have seen many times, products designed by my colleagues working overtime that were mass-produced, but ended up not being sold and were easily discarded.
Hence, it was a waste of time, money, and labor costs in managing those inventories.


It really broke my heart to pieces. In my involvement in the fashion industry, I found this to be outrageous.


And this kind of problem is not limited to the fashion industry, but occurs in all industries and has a negative impact on the global environment.

After this experience, I became a supporter of Eco-friendly fashion.

The world is already full of great clothes!

Although I don’t currently work in the fashion industry, I still love fashion and respect the creative side of it as there are many wonderful designers out there.

So I thought, what can I do?

”Yes! I want to share my experience in the fashion industry and how to enjoy fashion in an Eco-friendly way!”



From now on, I want to share with you about Japanese fashion culture from Tokyo, Japan where I live.
Take It Easy!!