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Hender Scheme

When referring to Tokyo-based Ryo Kashiwazaki’s Hender Scheme, the Japanese term “Shokunin” is the first thing that should come to mind. Shokunin, roughly translated into English, refers to the values instilled in a craftsmen from the beginning of his apprenticeship until he becomes a master––a near transcendental responsibility to better society through his craft. Taking these values of Shokunin and applying them to their products, Hender Scheme is widely known for its “homage line” replicating classic silhouettes from brands such as Nike and New Balance in all natural leather, raw, leather.