Good evening. This is Ikeda.
You won the WBC beautifully.
Since the match was in the morning, I was able to witness the moment of victory.
Although I did see it, I only saw Otani's last inning.
Regardless of whether I saw it or not, winning was the most important thing.
This topic is sure to dominate the news this week.
While I was spending such a happy morning, it was sunny and the temperature was rising today, so I felt like it was peaceful.
Even if it's sunny in the summer or winter, I don't feel idyllic, but for some reason I feel that way in the spring and fall.
Is it because we are overwhelmed by the heat in the summer and the cold in the winter?
The season has progressed to the point where it feels idyllic, and the weather has become warm and spring-like.
Having said that I had a peaceful morning, I once again felt that even during business hours in the afternoon, there was nothing but peaceful time, so today I would like to introduce Satou's Hatake Fatigue JKT.
I think this is a piece that gives you a somewhat idyllic atmosphere.
For Fatigue JKT, which was also available in 22AW, the image source was the blouson worn by designer Sato's grandfather on a trip.
On the other hand, this season's image source is the blouson worn while working on the farm.
Although the image source has changed, the basic design remains the same.
The first thing that has changed in the design is the waist belt.
Last season, Kongo-uchi braid was used, but this season's specifications are closer to 22SS.
It's thinner than the 22SS, and I feel like it's a little less assertive.
Personally, I felt that this level of seasoning was just right.
Although it is a small detail, the same fabric is attached to the back side of the left chest, similar to military tape.
This is a specification that allows you to attach the touki brooch that has been released this season.
As expected, I can't take pictures with it attached to the product, so I'll borrow LOOK.
Of course, it doesn't have to be a touki brooch, but you can also use your own badge.
Also, the fabric has changed, and I think the impression has changed significantly.
This season, we use a high-density canvas fabric that is a blend of cotton and linen.
It has a nappy feel, and I think you can feel the texture of it being worn.
Another nice thing about this season is that it is not lined, so it is thinner and can be worn for a long time depending on the inner layer.
When you look at the feel of this fabric, you can imagine a scene where it gets dirty from farming, is washed, and then is farmed again.
I pictured myself wearing Hatake Fatigue JKT, drinking tea and taking a break while working on the farm, and I felt that it was kind of peaceful.
It has become that image, and it no longer looks like an item with an idyllic atmosphere.
It's fun to think about what kind of scenes come to mind while working on the farm.
For buttons, we continue to use lacquered wood buttons called Shunkei-nuri from Hida Takayama.
I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that this button gives off a satou-like feel.
The rounded appearance gives it a very nice look.
The size is still loose, so I think you can wear it for three seasons: spring, fall, and winter, depending on the layering as mentioned above.
Winter may be a bit harsh, but as long as you bring warm items as an inner layer, you may be fine.
And there is only one color, khaki.
The color of the khaki and the texture of the fabric combine to give it a vintage look.
I have also selected hatake slacks from the group, but the khaki has sold out so it is no longer possible to set it up.
Black is still available, so if you're interested, get it before it's sold out.
Let's fantasize to ourselves about what kind of idyllic spring time we'll have while wearing Hatake Fatigue JKT.
Don't miss Satou's Hatake Fatigue JKT, which has a peaceful atmosphere that will help you enjoy a pleasant and peaceful spring time.