Takoyaki, ramen and gyoza chains are taking over the fashion world with limited edition collaborations.
Recently, “Restaurant x Fashion” collaboration articles have exploded in popularity, with a number of major restaurant chains offering exclusive collections with famous clothing brands.
Some of the collections have been so popular that they are already sold out, but there are still a variety of tasteful options available, so we’ve put together a list of our top 7 that are definitely worth checking out.
So let’s go ahead and take a look at the collaborations below!
Gyoza no Ohsho x Journal Standard
This chain of restaurants, whose name translates as “King of Gyoza“, is known for its high-value Chinese-style dishes, and now they are expanding their horizons by partnering with not one but two popular clothing brands. First, they produced a line of t-shirts, sweatshirts and sweatpants with Review standard in April, with t-shirts like the one below starting at 4,950 yen (US $ 45.17).
Gyoza no Ohsho x Rage Blue
King of Gyoza further widened his foray into fashion with another collaboration in April, this time with Blue Rage, who produced a huge range of items for gyoza specialists, starting with 1,100 yen socks, to bobs, sandals, bags, sweatpants and shirts like the ones below , priced at 4,290 yen.
Benitora Gyoza-bo x niko andâ¦
This casual Chinese restaurant chain, whose name translates to “Red Tiger Gyoza Room” has chosen to partner with the ever popular niko andâ¦, producing a variety of fashion, tableware and home items that have made their debut in June. Some of their most popular items were their t-shirts, priced at 4,290 yen.
Tenkaippin x Mono-Mart
This popular ramen chain decided to focus on t-shirts for their fashion tie in June, working with illustrator Isogai Hitohisa to develop a number of unique graphic designs, all of which are very reasonably priced at 2,970 yen. .
Tully’s Coffee x Nano Universe
The hugely popular Tully’s coffeehouse chain has also chosen to focus on t-shirts, launching eight models in June, priced at 3,900 yen. All shirts are made from 100% organic cotton and dyed with coffee extract.
Tsukiji Gindaco x Rage Blue â
Another collaboration with Rage Blue, this time with the super popular takoyaki chain Gindaco. The nine items, which just released on August 6, cover things like bags, tenugui, foldable fans, shorts and shirts, with prices starting at 1,320 yen. All feature cool designs that combine elements of street culture with traditional Japan, including a cute appearance of an octopus on a skateboard.
Choraku x Journal Standard
Yet another link to a popular casual Chinese restaurant chain, this line debuted in February, featuring cute t-shirts featuring the store’s name in kanji for 3,500 yen.
There you have it, seven Japanese restaurant chains you can add to your wardrobe right now! For more details on each collection, click on the links below, and if all of that makes you hungry for dumplings, there’s a 24-hour gyoza joint in Tokyo that has your name written on it.
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