The souvenir jacket, or suka-jan as it is commonly called, originated in the early postwar days when U.S. soldiers stationed in the Pacific had their own jackets embroidered with the names of their units, base names, or even oriental motifs at local merchants to make them unique souvenirs. Later, these jackets were commercialized and sold in military installation stores around the world.
Tailor Toyo manufactures suka-jan according to historical samples. the knowledge and experience make them the market leader. this culturally rooted knowledge will be passed down through the generations so that the suka-jan is authentically preserved.