The project brand BRING which is owned and operated by JEPLAN INC.(located in Tokyo Chioda-ku, Kasumigaseki Build. 25F) will start selling BRING
T-Shirts towards the vision of a circular economy. The release date is set to February 9th.
The BRING T-Shirts will be manufactured with polyester and a newly developed technology, combining the characteristics of cotton with the practical advantages of polyester. There are several aspects, which will make it to a perfect shirt for sport: fast drying, comfortable, UV cut, Anti-shear
The piece was designed and produced in cooperation with the Japanese designers brand "Theatre Products", which is sharing the same vision. We will start selling the T-Shirts on the crowd funding website 「Makuake」.
Furthermore, we will be organizing a kick off event at Omotesando Hills in cooperation with Media Culture Event from February 9th to 18th.
Colors ： White, Black
Size ： XS, S, M, L, XL（All sizes Unisex）
Material： Polyester 100%
Characteristics: cotton touch, fast drying, UV cut, Anti-shear, designed with Theatre Products(http://www.theatreproducts.co.jp/)
Platform： Makuake Crowd funding platform
URL ： https://www.makuake.com/project/bring/
Period ： 2/9(Fri)～5/31（Thu) 2018
Price ： 5,300YEN（Tax incl.）
※Price without discount is set to 5,800 Yen
【Kick-off event MeCA × BRING Pop-up store】
Period ： 2/9(Fri)～2/18(Sun) 11:00～20:00 ※Last day (18th) until 17:00
Loaction： Omotesando Hills Stairs
Entrance Fee： BRING Pop Up store is free of charge. MeCA Event will be not free.
Content ： Collaboration with 「MeCA, Media Culture in Asia: A Transnational Platform」 Limited T-shirts with MeCa artist designs will be available at the Pop-Up store beside the regular BRING T-Shirts
「MeCA l Media Culture in Asia： A Transnational Platform」is japan 's first platform for comprehensively distribution of media culture
For further information,click on the links below (Only available in Japanese):
JEPLAN INC. (located in Tokyo Chioda Kasumigaseki Build. 25F, Chairman: Masaki Takao) will organize a collection event for plastic products at stores of MUJI, Starbucks and other Fast Food Restaurants towards a circular economy in the future.
The project which will be organized for the 7th time starts at February 9th and will end on march 9th. By establishing a optimized supply chain, we will be able to recycle the products in the best way.
【BRING PLA-PLUS Project】
※1：Opening hours differ depending on store
・Participating stores：MUJI、Starbucks and other fast food restaurants
※Further information: (http://plaplus-project.jp/)
・Collection items：toys, stationary and other plastic items
・How to participate：
1. collect unwanted plastic goods at home
2. Bring them to one of the participating stores (The Bee is a landmark)
3. Put the items/goods into the collection boxes
Further information available here:
【JEPLAN】7th BRING PLA-PLUS Project
On February 1st 2018, the Sportswear manufacturer „GOLDWIN Co. ltd.“ (Located in Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shoto, CEO: Akio Nishida) will begin participating in the BRING recycling project , which is operated and developed by JEPLAN (located in Tokyo Chioda-ku Kasumigaseki, CEO: Takao Masaki).
Under the concept „GREEN IS GOOD“, GOLDWIN is operating three projects: The „GREENCYCLE Project“ for the collection and recycling of clothing items, the „GREEN MATERIAL Project“ which includes the material procurement with low environmental impact and the „GREEN MIND Project“, for the research in clothing items with a long lifetime.
By participating in our BRING Project, we will be able to recycle polyester clothing collected in the „GREENCYCLE Project“. By using our newly developed chemical recycling technology, the clothing will be turned into Polyester Resin. This will then be used again by GOLDWIN to manufacture new sportswear.
The collection project „GREENCYCLE“ will be first carried out in 54 shops of THE NORTH FACE and HELLY HANSEN, but is planned to be expanded in the future.
GOLDWIN Co. LTD:
CEO: Akio Nishida
Business information: sportswear manufacturer
Location: Tokyo Shibuya-ku Shoto2-20-6
JEPLAN Co. LTD:
CEO: Masaki Takao
Business information: Development and operation of BRING Project
Location: Tokyo Chioda-ku Kasumigaseki Building 25F
On the 28th of December 2017, JEPLAN sold new shares to the corporate venture capital fund operated by the Toshima Corporation.
For further information, please click on the link below (only available in Japanese):