My name is Kurono and I am a buyer at J.PRESS & SON'S AOYAMA .
We will introduce the 1st anniversary commemorative items in series.
For the second edition, we had " NORTH NO NAME " create a 1st anniversary commemorative patch.
So, here is a brief introduction to the brand.

NORTH NO NAME is a brand that releases a collection of handmade custom patches.

The design base strongly reflects the 50's custom culture and American vintage toy taste, and has received enthusiastic support. His unique style, which is a modern version of sewing techniques such as the patches and stitching seen in vintage clothing, is attracting attention. The patches are made with vintage fabrics and have designs that make you want to wear them.

Because they are handmade and available only in limited stores, they are also becoming popular as collectible items.

A staff member who saw it on Instagram told me about it, and I wanted to do it. When I learned that they operated a shop in Asakusa that sells vintage, USED , and original products and miscellaneous goods, I thought something might happen soon, so I immediately went to visit them...LOL ( They also have the best selection of goods ) .

As if my passion had been conveyed to them, they gladly accepted my offer, but they learned that it takes a huge amount of time to make one patch because it is handmade, so they asked for their time.

I remember that this project started at the beginning of the year, so it will be a long-awaited unveiling for about 9 to 10 months.

We commissioned the design and production of a bulldog motif, which has a deep connection with J.PRESS .

I still can't forget the excitement I felt when the product arrived.

PRICE: (from top)


I hand-sewed my favorite navy blue blur on the chest.
Where you sew it is up to you.
Please try it.

We want as many people as possible to see it, so we are limiting it to one item per person.
There are only a few, so please come early.



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