Customize your glasses with your smartphone, thanks to JINS Paint. The promo is being run by the glasses brand JINS (aka J!NS) and uses an app available for iOS and Android. You can choose ...
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When Wieden + Kennedy Tokyo released Type at the start of the year it got a lot of buzz from both eyewear lovers and typeface fans. Japanese typology design is respected around the world and its ...
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What in some countries would be merely retro or even geeky, in Japan can be mainstream and inventive. The Ultraman franchise continues to innovate and expand despite its age. As promotion for the ...
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It's official. Having glasses is cool. Japan has long regarded glasses and eyewear as serious fashion items, which is why companies like Jin and Zoff go to great efforts to market their products ...
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Retro Japanese schoolgirl clothes perfect for loungewear
While Jins (aka J!NS) like to dabble in forward-thinking technology for glasses, they are also fully aware that spectacles are as much fashion accessories as they are practical vision tools. This is ...
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How would you like to use your phone while it remains snug in your pocket or bag? These glasses bring us one step closer to this. Already spotted by Engadget and others at CNET Japan Live 2014, ...
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Jins (strictly speaking, J!NS), the Japanese spectacles brand, has launched JINS MEME, the world's first eyewear that lets you see yourself. The glasses measure tiredness and concentration based ...
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As if it didn't have enough issues with nature to deal with, on top of the earthquakes, tsunami, and volcanoes, every year Japan also has a famous problem with hay fever. After the war, in its ...
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We've blogged before about how Japanese eyewear brands are pretty interesting in what they do to promote themselves to a circumspect but myopic public. Now eyewear retailer ALOOK has got together ...
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Jins, one of Japan's big spectacles sellers, set up the country's (the world's?) first vending machine for glasses earlier this year in July. The first ones were in Tokyo Bay and three other ...
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