Good evening. This is Ikeda.
How much market share do CDs have in this day and age?
I'm not that passionate about music, but I'm totally a streaming fan.
I don't think I've bought the CD more than five times, and even before I knew about the double A-side, I ended up renting it instead of buying it.
My mother buys CDs by Yumin and Southern, but do young people still buy CDs frequently?
I also have a habit of collecting books and manga that I want to keep close at hand, but I only collect CDs.
Streaming may be the mainstream, but there is definitely demand for CDs, so even if they decline, they are unlikely to go extinct.
Today I would like to introduce Satou's quilting hanten blouson, which arrived in stock yesterday, as I tend to think that you can't say you like music unless you go to a live performance.
I was able to take pictures properly today.
I briefly explained it yesterday, but please note that there may be some overlap.
First, the design source is the hanten that the designer's grandparents wore at home.
Even if I had an image of my grandparents, I wouldn't be able to sublimate it into an item like this.
This hanten has been arranged as a blouson and is also reversible.
The outer material is an original batting quilt with hemp leaf patterns updated from 22SS.
The lining on one side uses Yaegura's twill weave, which is already familiar to me.
It feels so familiar that it comes out in one go even when converting.
There may be some people who don't know about ``Yaekura-san'', so I'll give you a brief explanation: ``Yaekura-san'' is a company in Kojima that uses only 40/2 organic cotton yarn and only two types of fabrics: plain weave and twill weave. This is someone who continues to make them.
Of these two types, ``Yaezo 's twill weave '' is used.
It's an item that gives a completely different impression just because it's quilted and twilled.
If you want to make a little statement, choose a quilt, or if you want to calm down, choose Yaegura-san, depending on your mood that day.
When you turn the lining side of the ``Yaezo-san'' jacket over, you can see some differences, such as the top button only being fastened, and the lack of pockets for a minimalist look.
In terms of size, it's somewhere between spacious and compact.
It's a refreshing size for me as a loose-fitting person, but I feel like this is the size I would normally accept.
When you think about wearing it as an inner layer, it has a very good balance.
There are two colors: undyed kinari and indigo dyed ai.
Since kinari has the original color of organic cotton, it has a very gentle and warm color.
Black knots that are not noticeable? There's something about it that makes it feel adorable.
There is almost no difference, but I feel that undyed kinari is softer.
The difference is about 0.04 seconds in 100m on land.
In addition, indigo dyeing is carried out in Miyazaki Prefecture using a technique called ``Jujizome.''
By repeating the dyeing process over and over again, a color tone that emphasizes the hemp leaf patterns on the outer material is achieved.
This is really beautiful.
The color gives you a sense of depth, depth, and density, but it doesn't feel heavy at all.
On the other hand, the ``Yaezo-san'' side has unevenness due to the characteristics of the fabric.
However, I don't feel negative at all, and I think the unevenness gives it a nice texture that brings out its individuality.
Not only do the front and back sides look like completely different items, but the colors also look like completely different items, which can be a real problem.
At today's temperatures, it might be worn as an inner layer, but I think it will play a major role as an outer layer until winter arrives.
A quilting hanten blouson with double A sides and double A colors that can be used as both an outer and an inner layer.