The History of Uniform


I have been dying to get my hands on this Japanese book, The History of Uniform. Unfortunately I haven’t ponied up for my Rosetta Stone, so I’m not sure what’s inside. Although the mystery surrounding these few pages has surely captured my imagination!


American baseball design can quickly become incestuous, so Casey and I often look outside the states to places like Japan and Latin America for inspiration. It’s a great way to introduce something fresh to the American design landscape, while maintaining a baseball influence.

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  1. hey, been living in Japan for the past several years, also studied, and majored in Japanese at a U.S. and Japanese university, so if you have any questions about translations for this book, please let me know and I will try my best. Love Japanese baseball, and in fact, just came home from a game tonight. love the site, would love to help out.

  2. i’m often disappointed by all the NY Yankees hat’s people tend to sport in Japan. It’s easier to buy a Yankee’s cap there then the countries own baseball teams!
    maybe you guys can push for an english translation of this book? ?

  3. i’m often disappointed by all the NY Yankees hat’s people tend to sport in Japan. It’s easier to buy a Yankee’s cap there then the countries own baseball teams!
    maybe you guys can push for an english translation of this book? ?

    Bungalowbill79~ Where do you live in Japan & whose got the best beer girls?

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