Own GArment products = Manufacture your own clothing (literally translated). Will it happen?
First of all, thank you to those who say they can't remember it because it's long, or even don't want to remember it.
It turned out exactly like our concept.
We set three points when creating this brand.
① First, choose a name that is difficult to remember! (Also, I don't want to use unfamiliar words.)
②If you want to smell OGA (Oga) (not the scent), capitalize the O in Own and the GA in GArment so that it can be read as OGA products. There are people in places like Oga who make a living making clothes! Well, we can do it too! Wow! I want to increase
③However, I'll try to understand what you're doing just in case.
This is the brand name I gave it.
Among them, the most important message was,
"There are people who make a living making clothes in Oga, so anyone can make a living doing what they want to do anywhere, so I'm sure it'll be okay."
That's what I mean.
In other words, it meant wanting to lower the hurdles in living.
It seems that there are people making clothes and making a living in Oga, a city with a population of only 24,000 that is at risk of disappearing.
They have three children and seem to be living happily together. I still have a vague feeling that if young people could think, ``I can do it, too, and I want to try it,'' then the world would be a more fun place.
I came up with this idea because of my life in Tokyo and a major turning point.
I want to write about this too, but I'll save that for another time.