The history of leather shoes in Japan has been weaving for 150 years since the Meiji era. In 1871, a leather shoe factory was built in Hashiba-cho, Asakusa, to take advantage of the Sumida River’s water, and since then, many shoemakers have left Asakusa to train leather and shoe processing technicians. UNTISHOLD develops and produces products together with shoemakers in Asakusa, Tokyo, who have been weaving their commitment to craftsmanship.