Collection: Fullcount

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Fullcount

Fullcount was formed in Osaka, Japan in 1992 by legendary Japanese designer and innovator, Mikiharu Tsujita.
Tsujita is heralded as the pioneer of modern Japanese denim where at a young age he engaged in the restoration and adaptation of vintage Japanese looms (used earlier for uniform production) and his extensive research on his own beloved vintage Levi's denim and extraordinary vision for Fullcount led to the use of 'long staple' Zimbabwean cotton. Organic, hand picked cotton with it's natural strength and softness would become a turning point in the history of Japanese denim and put the 'Osaka Five' including Evisu, Warehouse, Studio D'Artisan & Denime on the world map indefinitely.

Prior to starting Fullcount Tsujita had been working with Hidehiko Yamane during the genesis of Evisu, which developed into a different beast entirely... Tsujita’s interest was always in classic, comfortable clothing and thus Fullcount was born.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are Fullcount Jeans manufactured?

Fullcount jeans and garments are made in Okayama, Japan.

What sets Fullcount apart from other denim?

Fullcount were the first "Made In Japan" denim company to use organic Zimbabwe cotton, a much stronger and softer type of cotton for denim facric. This was revolutionary when Fullcount was born in 1992. Added to the fact that the denim is woven on the original shuttle looms Levis used in the 1960s, Fullcount produces some of the finest jeans in the world.

Do Fullcount jeans fit true to size?

The majority of Fullcount jeans we stock at URAHARA are sanforised, which means you can expect minimal shrinkage upon your first wash. It's recommended that you buy your true size, however feel free to reach out to us for any questions regarding the fit of your desired jeans.