Momotaro Jeans with the price of 178,500 Yen ($2,000) for some pair is certainly Japan’s most expensive jeans. The production process itself and the materials used affect the price. One of the premier raw denim, Japan’s manufacturers, Kojima-based Momotaro uses 100% Zimbabwean cotton, which is widely considered the best cotton in the world for its ultra smoothness and durability.
At Momotaro Jeans, the artisans have a saying: Made by hand without compromise. All you have to do is try on a pair of Momotaro Jeans and you will see for yourself, in the exquisite details and the rich indigo blue that Momotaro jeans are of superior quality.
Produced in Okayama, Japan, the denim is made by hand-weaving on old shuttle looms and the hems are done with a union special chain stitch, a lamb leather patch and Momotaro’s signature pink stitching are also featured. The entire process takes 3 months to reach finalization, with each 1m requiring 8 hours!
Nordic Denim House is an appointed retailer as well as North European and Russian distributor and agent for the Momotaro Jeans brand. [Momotaro Jeans]