In New York City, there was CBGB (or CBGB & OMFUG), the dingy bar where punk rock was born. Similarly in Tokyo, there was Rock Steady. While less conspicuous than CBGB, Rock Steady had the same audience and a favorite gathering place for Tokyo’s creative types. And like the fate of its NYC brethren, Rock Steady closed its doors due to unforeseen circumstances. But all is not lost, the popularity of the bar helped its legacy to continue in the forms of collaborative projects with http://yoshidakaban.com” target=”_blank”>Yoshida & Co. One of the results is the http://bjirushi.com” target=”_blank”>B Jirushi Yoshida x Rock Steady Live Tote. Aside from being a collaborative product, the tote’s unique property is its construction from potato sacks, quite literally. Lined with waterproof insert and additional compartments, the tote is spacious enough for your daily essentials and more. Exclusively available at http://beams.co.jp” target=”_blank”>BEAMS retail locations in Japan, the http://bjirushi.com” target=”_blank”>B Jirushi Yoshida flagship store in Dakiyama, and http://zozo.jp/shop/bjirushiyoshida/goods.html?gid=983774&did=&cid=9741″ target=”_blank”>BEAMS online store.
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Shibuya-ku, Tokyo Japan