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Project BoleeGa's community contribution program, the first issue has started.

Ryoma Miyauchi, 24 years old, started training for further technical training with the aim of establishing his own brand from March 22, 2022 this year.

He was born in Fukuyama and raised in Fukuyama. Our members have graduated from the local denim school that our members are involved in, and we already have sewing techniques close to that of a professional, but we still have a lot to learn before reaching the level of a high-end brand.

I graduated from graduate school this spring, and in my master's thesis I took on the challenge of quantifying clothing design. With a love for clothes and a passion for manufacturing, I dream of launching my own brand in my hometown of Fukuyama, where everything related to apparel is concentrated.

I want the local people to support such young people. However, the reality was that there were surprisingly few places where he could acquire the sewing skills he needed. This is because the division of labor is progressing in companies, and the sewing process is further subdivided, and each part is handled by a sewing company that specializes in each part. He wants to learn how to sew all the processes by himself. In addition, in order to proceed with speed, it is desirable to have a one-on-one format with a suitable teacher.

Meanwhile, there was a famous local seamstress. It is a small workshop run by two skilled masters with probably top-class skills even in Japan. From this workshop, collections of many famous designers have been sewn. Two of the high-end brands have taken on the roles of teachers. When we talked to them, they said that they share the same concerns as we do about the passing on of their own techniques and the sense of urgency to the local industry. The thoughts of these two people, our thoughts, and Mr. Miyauchi's passion overlapped beautifully, and we decided to use part of the payment received from the customer to support this technical training.

​ Project BoleeGa receives a certain amount of money from customers, and this is how we contribute to the local textile industry. Customers not only become users of our denim wear, but also become supporters of contributions that lead to our textile industry in the future.

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