Classic Oxford Shoes HANDMADE in Japan
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Siroeno Yosui
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Handlasted, Handwelted and Handsewn Outsole Stitch.
Upper: ZONTA Goldanil Calf in Black
Bottom: Black Finish, Fiddle Back and Beveled Waist, Slightly Tapered Heel, Toe Taps
Crafted by Ken Kataoka & Toshihide Takai
siroenoyosui.jp

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  • Álvaro Cáceres Muñoz
    Álvaro Cáceres Muñoz

    I've been struggling with anxiety and insomnia lately. Watching people doing their craft in this video has felt like an oasis of tranquility for me. Thanks for sharing this

    • Álvaro Cáceres Muñoz
      Álvaro Cáceres Muñoz

      @Martha paipa muchas gracias!

    • Martha paipa
      Martha paipa

      Hola... Se lo que es eso. Ánimo la ansiedad no es buena para nuestra mente.

    • JoanKSX
      JoanKSX

      Try whole food plant based for at least 1 week and see how's thing going. Do feel free to use Cronometer to check on your daily nutrient absorption.

    • jjktng
      jjktng

      Go find a psychiatrist. It helped me. Took months but it’s worth it If you don’t want that, take vit D, 20min of noon time sun a day, zinc magnesium and K2. Trust me.

  • Галина Москаленко
    Галина Москаленко

    Так обувь делали еще и после ВО войны. Когда в 1950 году маму сократили на обувной ф-ке, ее дядя (он до революции занял 1 место по моделям и изготовлению обуви в Париже) научил ее этому мастерству. Она работала дома, нелегально. И весь этот цикл, что здесь показан прохрдил перед моими глазами. Только делалось это на простой швейной машинке ZINGER (приспобленной для сшивания кожи) , мраморнрй доске , где брусовалась кожа, обязательно была подкладка из меткаля (название помню), на колодки набивались личинки (формировались колодки под конкретную стопу). Модель по иностранным фотожурналам выкраивалась. Все ьылр наиуральным. И то, что делают эти мастера всплыло в моей памяти, хотя я была ребенком.

    • Галина Москаленко
      Галина Москаленко

      @фанатка4846 Спасибо за внимание к моему комментарию. Но так как это было нелегально и официально мама считалась домработницей, а жили мы богато, не по официальным доходам, то к нам наведывался, и не один раз, ОБХСС. Могли привлечь к ответственности за незаконную деятельность и неуплату налогов. И мама пошла работать продавцом в промтоварный магазин. Я работала экономистом. сейчас на пенсии. Всего Вам доброго.

    • фанатка4846
      фанатка4846

      Очень интересно, как судьба вашей мамы сложилась? У вас? Вы ведь могли пойти по её стопам и тоже делать обувь, создать свой бренд и т.д.

  • Roy Renaldo
    Roy Renaldo

    He isn't a shoe marker only, he is an amazing artist.

    • co2metal
      co2metal

      Not just an amazing artist, the MOST amazing artist. Do you not understand he is of Japanese heritage? This heritage is one of much more virtue than if said man descended from the Caucuses. Do not undersell this better human's talent and heritage.

  • UserInterface00
    UserInterface00

    Automation can speed up inventory, but the handcrafted art and attention to detail is what truly makes these shoes magnificent.

    • Dommie K.
      Dommie K.

      @ordinary name If we talk about shoes off the rack then yes. If we talk about full-custom, then no, machines can't compete at this point of time.

    • ordinary name
      ordinary name

      A machine could produce these shoes and no one would notice a difference. There's nothing magic about human hands, except placebo.

  • PersonwithaName
    PersonwithaName

    In such a busy, angry, technologically overwhelmed globalized society we're in today, it is pleasing to see craftsman calmly, quietly creating such fantastic (functional) art such as this. I respect the skill involved and that there are people still willing to take the time to do it properly.

    • Are you alright?
      Are you alright?

      Pretty words!!!! ❤️

    • Nebiyou Mekonnen
      Nebiyou Mekonnen

      I have no word to explain. Thank you

    • Aymo
      Aymo

      @macchiato_ beats me, but that doesnt sound wrong in any way

    • macchiato_
      macchiato_

      You just threw a bunch of random words together like its a damn college essay due in 1 hour because you procrastinated the fuck out of your weekend.

  • Colliding Forces
    Colliding Forces

    What an honorable job. We, the consumers take for granted the masterpiece of those who make shoes by hand. Pretty admirable job!

    • FO DA
      FO DA

      those sell outs will do anything for a BUCK

  • Kuu
    Kuu

    Watching you two spend so much time and effort into your craft is incredibly inspiring. It's clear how much you love making these beautiful shoes. Thank you for making these videos!!

  • Billybob Fudpucker
    Billybob Fudpucker

    I really enjoy watching the Japanese Master Craftsman at work. The skill level is mind blowing, the attention to detail next level and the patience and love put into the piece they are making is inspiring to watch. Great work... wish I had the money to own a pair of shoes like this.

  • Martha paipa
    Martha paipa

    Trabajo perfecto, con mucha paciencia. Así son las obras de arte.

  • Jim S
    Jim S

    I was a shoe/boot repairman for close to 20 years and took great pride in my work. I was never trained to make shoes, just repair them, but I did work at a shop where the owner made shoes, so I have a high appreciation for the craft. Watching this just about brought me to tears, the level of craftsmanship and design. Bravo Gentlemen!

    • AS SA
      AS SA

      Друг,учить,лечить,кормить и одевать людей самые благородные специальности от начала сотворения человечества!! Салам вам с Кавказа!

    • Ekaterina S.
      Ekaterina S.

      @Laura Sar77 yes, I was so emotional too, would want to hug the maker and the shoes too! The closest I can get is to watch this over and over and still, every time I want to cry. My dream is to be able to visit the shop and sit in the corner, watching them all day. I don't want much from life, yet this will never happen. Unless a miracle happens.🙁

    • Raf Reyes
      Raf Reyes

      💎

    • Harris Frankou
      Harris Frankou

      I did both I worked at Rocco's in Melbourne and he sold to Rockstars and the Public...I learned repairs from my Family.

    • 240252
      240252

      @Jim S This lady probably belongs to the generation who think that if something is not in American Apparel, it is not there at all.

  • Corn Holio
    Corn Holio

    seen lots of custom shoe builds on youtube but this one seems to be the most precise and has an aura of thoughtfulness in the craftsmanship.

  • Chan Fon Soo
    Chan Fon Soo

    This video stopped me from doing my work for 37 minutes. Impressive handcraft and respect to the artists making the shoes. Thanks to the videographer for bringing such beautiful video into youtube.

  • Rick Zoehfeld
    Rick Zoehfeld

    I have a relative who was a Cobbler in New York. Now I really appreciate the work he did. Shoes, made to fit your specific feet, are worth every penny. Admire these craftsmen.

  • Robert
    Robert

    The level of detail and hand finishing is just stunning. If I lived in Japan, I'd be thrilled to have a pair of shoes made. Maybe one day.

  • Elton Noway
    Elton Noway

    I was stationed in Japan in 1967. One day on leave I was walking though the city and stopped to watch a cobbler hand making shoes just like in this video. I was so impressed I decided to spend some of my drinking money and have a pair made even though I had trouble justifying the expense. Ashamed to admit it now because I paid less than $20 US for mine. The gentleman first made plaster casts of my feet and said they would keep my molds in the shop so I could order more pairs of shoes in the future and they would mail them to me in the states, although I never did order another pair. The shoes I had made looked almost exactly like the ones in this video and they fit like a glove. After getting out of the military I wore them for many years as I climbed the corporate ladder. Sad to say, eventually the soles finally wore out and even though the tops still looked new and instead of getting them resoled... I threw them out. I seem to remember thinking "Heck' I only paid $20 for them, not worth getting them repaired". A decision from my youth I've regretted several times since then... and especially now after watching this video [sigh].

    • Elton Noway
      Elton Noway

      @Taka Mushishi Actually $1 US dollar from 1967 would be worth $8.61 in today's US dollars... but.. to have a pair made like this today the cost would be around $1300 US.

    • Taka Mushishi
      Taka Mushishi

      @neogeomaster Tranquilo Genio!

    • Taka Mushishi
      Taka Mushishi

      @fangtimes Yo tuve razón . THANKYU.

    • Taka Mushishi
      Taka Mushishi

      @Elton: Los 20$ de esos tiempos, cuanto valen ahora? 10 than more ¿?

    • Ricky Thomas
      Ricky Thomas

      @Milan Ilic i mostly repair my shoes rather than throwing them out but newer model shoes are almost unrepairable, also i am not a rough user so they generally last longer, i still have my father's 40 year old pure leather shoe, my dad never used them because it didn't fit him that well so it was given to my brother then later me, damn these shoes are really reliable.

  • San'yOK Nazar_UK
    San'yOK Nazar_UK

    Просто нет слов от техники владения инструментами мастером . Это уже не просто обувь а произведение искуства.

    • Кир Малевич
      Кир Малевич

      @Вячеслав Касаткин полностью с тобой согласен сам обувщиком работаю 17 лет эта технология давно устаревшая

    • Вячеслав Касаткин
      Вячеслав Касаткин

      Да работа шикарная, но если включить трезвый ум - это понты и переусложнение. Туфли делают по технологиям девятнадцатого века. Просто дорогая игрушка для людей, у которых очень много денег. Для них вот такие туфли и браслеты картье за 50 тысяч долларов)))

    • Trader KG
      Trader KG

      @Павел Натюрморкин японский ручной труд 1700 баксов итальянский ручной труд 1200 а наш снгшный 200-500 баксов)

    • Павел Натюрморкин
      Павел Натюрморкин

      @Trader KG это мягко говоря дохрена... 1700$, но.. это ручной труд все таки

  • slim1one
    slim1one

    Wow that was beautiful and these two young men are very impressive for learning a trade to level that they have. This is not just shoe making, it is bespoke, so the highest level. A pair of shoes made in this fashion by artisans such as these costs thousands of dollars. Money well spent for those who are able to do so. Well done Ken and Toshihide!

  • Ricardo Lira
    Ricardo Lira

    Se eu for ao Japão, além de fotografar muito, certamente comprarei sapatos. Saudações e todo respeito pela cultura, arte e trabalho do povo japonês 🇧🇷

  • David R
    David R

    Que video no necesito una palabra. que paciencia y que arte, y las manos muy limpias. Y la habilidad y manejo de herramientas. Y también sorprendente te los entregan con un molde para que no se deformen cuando están guardados. Felicitaciones al maestro zapatero. Y alos que hicieron el video. Buenísimo 👏👏👏

  • Ruby zhang
    Ruby zhang

    He isn't a shoe marker only, he is an amazing artist.

  • Emerge Official
    Emerge Official

    I've never been so captivated by a shoe being made. This is what mastery is all about

  • Benjamin Regener
    Benjamin Regener

    Incredible level of craftsmanship. Great respect for such degree of dedication as well.

  • Ник Сар
    Ник Сар

    Меня редко что удивляет, а тем более достаёт эстетическое наслаждение, это зашло! Браво мастеру!

  • Learner
    Learner

    I just want to say to the young man that we are watching making these shoes: you are a true craftsman and artist. Your are also very patient. For what it’s worth, I’m very proud of you and you should be too. God bless you..

  • joanna NACIANCENO
    joanna NACIANCENO

    I have so much respect for this craftsmen...they are so rare nowadays. Thanks for sharing this video,now I have to show this to my sons...they need to appreciate the story behind each pair of hamdmade shoes.

  • Kathryn Helm
    Kathryn Helm

    What exquisite workmanship! I bet they feel fantastic on the feet. I was mesmerized by all the steps. Thank you for sharing. ❤️

  • Naveen
    Naveen

    I can watch this man make shoes all day, that's some insane skill

  • nordronsh
    nordronsh

    Очень полезное видео, чтоб люди понимали цену ручного труда и ценили!

  • Roberto Brennand
    Roberto Brennand

    Simplesmente incrível!! 🇧🇷

  • Marcin Wnuk
    Marcin Wnuk

    Widać że ta praca jest Pana pasją. Pozdrawiam serdecznie:)

  • Инна Петросова
    Инна Петросова

    Невероятно красиво!!! Благодарю за мастерство!!!!

  • Photoshop e muito mais - João Fidalgo
    Photoshop e muito mais - João Fidalgo

    Emocionante. Lindo trabalho!

  • József Franek
    József Franek

    Nagyon szép munka, gyönyörű cipő! Öröm látni, hogy valaki még készít ilyen "műalkotásokat"! Köszönet a munkádért!😃

  • Rommel Galicia
    Rommel Galicia

    New sub here, such an relaxing video. The accuracy and precision of everything is absolutely on point. Will be watching all videos on this channel moving forward. The background music also fits that classical ambience the video projects. Anyway, more power to the channel and God bless from the 🇵🇭

  • scott perine
    scott perine

    Mr.Yosui is one of my go-to channels to unwind from the world and take the time to admire his sublime artistry and innate skills that turn simplicity into a pavement pounding work of art.

  • flumblum23
    flumblum23

    Now that's awesome! People who take pride in their work to make a refined product. Most shoes are mass-produced with rubbish material which makes them a trouble to repair sometimes, but with these, they are meant to last and be repairable due to the leather and precise crafting. Great to see something like this.

  • Robert Goss
    Robert Goss

    What an impressive video! It is astonishing to see young men of today taking up an ancient craft, with skill and confidence!

  • Вася Резьбовой
    Вася Резьбовой

    Посмотрев как рождаются туфли в руках этого мастера , я бы ни разу не одел бы их, в них душа мастера, но хотел бы такие просто иметь. Нет слов это шедеврально

    • WHITE JAZZ 666
      WHITE JAZZ 666

      @A҉n҉t҉o҉n҉ B҉ да нечего мне возразить, люблю Японию, анимехи и прочее - угараю я просто

    • A҉n҉t҉o҉n҉ B҉
      A҉n҉t҉o҉n҉ B҉

      @WHITE JAZZ 666 сдэлали! :))), катаной называют. Хотя не, Тойота, Ниссан, Хонда, Мазда... Они делали как раз калаши, гражданского исполнения, но... Чтобы не только надёжно убивать, ибо это в последних списках задач, а для передвижения без проблем! :)))) есть что возразить?

    • WHITE JAZZ 666
      WHITE JAZZ 666

      @A҉n҉t҉o҉n҉ B҉ а ВУОТ КАЛАШ они сдЭлали? А?? НЕ нифига!! чем стрУлять? Нечем!!! .......... )))))))))))))))))) че я несу))))))))))

    • A҉n҉t҉o҉n҉ B҉
      A҉n҉t҉o҉n҉ B҉

      @WHITE JAZZ 666 как восхитительно для своего внутреннего рынка эти "отсталые дурни", делают смартфоны, автомобили, еду, одежду, одноразовую посуду даже, кучу мелочей... как они относятся к вещам не потребительски, а с чувством того будто в вещи есть что-то большее чем вещь... при этом мусор они сортируют, а выкинуть алюминиевую банку за деньги а не на оборот как у нас - за деньги сдать её можно. всё у них через жопу, руль с правой стороны... а чёбы и нет, и на лошадь послушав тебя залезут! ;)))

  • Ramón Emilio Chacon Perdomo
    Ramón Emilio Chacon Perdomo

    Mis respetos, admiración y felicitaciones al tremendo artistas. Toda la puesta de delicadeza es algo muy conmovedor, esto me lleva a pensar en que el valor del arte no recae tanto en el producto final, sino más bien en el proceso.

    • Ernesto Jose Arroliga Espinoza
      Ernesto Jose Arroliga Espinoza

      Admirable y más que admirable.Aquí en nuestra Nicaragua tuvimos verdaderos artistas consumados;en el arte de la zapatería. A ellos,nuestro recuerdo y admiración.

  • ragnar king
    ragnar king

    Cuando vi ese tacón yo decía... quedada como muy alto, pero al ver el resultado 😍 me quedé con ganas de comprar uno... con ganas porque debe valer un montón de dinero jeje

  • T.E p-d
    T.E p-d

    His work brought tears to my eyes. The time, the effort, the art. Very few people demand respect in this world. He’s 1 of them. Hat’s off.

    • Allan Sayed
      Allan Sayed

      Goodness gracious, it is so easy to be negative online. For the record I'm joking. Have a good day!

    • Allan Sayed
      Allan Sayed

      Your telling me you cried during this video? Either I'm a psychopath or your a snowflake.

    • ander larrañaga
      ander larrañaga

      wow

    • José Luis Gonçalves
      José Luis Gonçalves

      Each customer have is on mould of wood, each pair is unique!!!

    • T.E p-d
      T.E p-d

      @RAVENITZ ok i am the narcissist and you the moral one. i was wrong to respect him. Thanks for your comment and have a wonderful day. peace!

  • sergio alberto gonzalez escarate
    sergio alberto gonzalez escarate

    Maravilloso, felicitaciones a este gran artesano. Lastima que cada dia hay menos como ellos.

  • Luis Benavides
    Luis Benavides

    Reconocer el valor del trabajo realizado por un verdadero zapatero no tiene precio alguno. Mi padre Ernesto Benavides Cordoba en su juventud hizo zapatos a mano durante mucho tiempo. Todavia tengo algunas de sus herramientas de zapateria y un calzado con el que obtuvo renombrado reconocimiento. Mil gracias Siroeno Yosui por compartir EL laborioso trabajo. ありがとう

    • Uzziel Girón
      Uzziel Girón

      Un grande tu padre, no cabe duda que los zapateros son unos artistas! 👏👏👏

  • Sir Leopold
    Sir Leopold

    Things like shoes are so easily mass produced in modern day, most people have forgotten the time and care that used to go into every item. It's just really cool to see the process and remember that before factory machines, this is how every single shoe was made. The skill displayed here is just insane

  • Nando lopes
    Nando lopes

    Part of the soul of this man, and his country, is in every pair of shoes, respect to him and to Japan!

  • Lenno De Ruyter
    Lenno De Ruyter

    Amazing, so the old way of shoe making is still alive. I am from the Netherlands and the way of shoemaking runs in the blood of the Netherlands as in my family as well. My father was a shoemaker old scool in the past about 70 years ago and he made shoes almost similar than you for me. One of the differences is that he used wooden pins in building up the heal of a shoe . Thanks for sharing , it was a joy of seeing you making shoes with a surgical steady hand. Chapeau.

    • Reeanna S
      Reeanna S

      *G E K O L O N I S E E R D*

  • Jer0tube
    Jer0tube

    I bet those shoes are incredibly comfortable and long lasting. Awesome workmanship!

  • Abpob
    Abpob

    Multiple talented craftsmen. Some build shoes. Some build content. Both are resounding winners! Well done. Well done.

  • Jamie Berlanga
    Jamie Berlanga

    I can watch this for hours. Amazing craftsmanship.

  • Camundongo Tutor
    Camundongo Tutor

    Simplesmente incrível!!!

  • buzabuba
    buzabuba

    The most uplifting thing about this is that the shoemaker is a young man. With some luck, he will still be making shoes 50 years from now.

    • Ysabeau Terazawa
      Ysabeau Terazawa

      @yo Do they have to be? He/They are are applying skills that are honed after undergoing a rigorous apprenticeship. When you can handcraft footwear in a time-honoured tradition then you can provide meaningful input.

    • Jose Amador
      Jose Amador

      No hopefully not. By then he would've taught other how.

    • Fahad Summan
      Fahad Summan

      is that a good thing?

    • Ulises Ospina
      Ulises Ospina

      Beautiful craftsmanship... Love it!!!

    • Md Mustafa Alam
      Md Mustafa Alam

      @Shariful Sarkar u7

  • Gloria Flores
    Gloria Flores

    Hermosa elección ❤️ xxlike.Uno de los mejores 😘 21:21 Senada: "Hermoso" 21:24 Megan: "Hotter" 24:23 Hopi: "Sweeter" 25:27 Joonie: "Cooler" 20:23 Yoongi: "Butter" 23:26 Amor: "Momentos" 17:51 Son unos de los mejores conciertos 🖤 20:26 Megan: "Hotter" 10:25 Alana: "Awesome" 11:24 Belleza doops 35:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente 🖤 10:32 Hopi: "Sweeter" pSYL

    • Taka Mushishi
      Taka Mushishi

      Cómo sabes tanto?

  • CrazyRussianChick
    CrazyRussianChick

    Absolutely incredible! How long does it take for a pair to be ready from start to finish?

  • stamesaheights
    stamesaheights

    It's so beautiful to see how the shoe cobbler started from scratch and end up with final pair of bespoke shoes! It's an ART! Now I understand why handmade shoes can sometimes cost triple the price of a machine made/commercially produced men's shoes. Your conisderation is the BUDGET

  • finderskeepers1970
    finderskeepers1970

    This is incredible. Glad to see it's not a lost art. 💞

  • Martin
    Martin

    Your skills with your shoe crafting and videography are both world class. It makes me respect Japan and Japanese hand-labor even more.

    • Siroeno Yosui
      Siroeno Yosui

      Thank you for you comment and happy to hear! Please drop by our workshop if you have chance to come to Japan😄!

  • Marcos Pinheiro
    Marcos Pinheiro

    Impressionante! Uma profissão cada vez mais escassa aqui no Brazil. Parabéns pelo trabalho!

  • RICKY
    RICKY

    You would know you've made it, if you were lucky enough to own such a beautifully hand made pair of shoes.

  • FAHEZ - um hobby musical de Fabbio Cortez
    FAHEZ - um hobby musical de Fabbio Cortez

    Muito bacana. Parabéns!

  • Игорь Павлов
    Игорь Павлов

    Очень красивые туфли. Замечательная работа мастера на высшем уровне. Спасибо. Такая обувь будет носиться с большим удовольствием. Классно

  • Счастье Счастье
    Счастье Счастье

    Потрясающая работа. Оксфорды - вечная классика! У молодого человека форма кисти рук, пальцы и ногти - творческой личности!❤️👏

    • Taka Mushishi
      Taka Mushishi

      Oh! You are so cute! What city from Rusia write to us?

    • Наталья Высоковская
      Наталья Высоковская

      Согласна, я тоже обратила внимание на строение кистей рук и пальцев

    • The End
      The End

      Забудь! Кроксы таперь! Вот бы посмотреть на производство кросков ручной работы, и на руки мастера по изготовление кроксов.

    • Andrey Parpolit
      Andrey Parpolit

      @Oleg Kuhr как две штучки баксов за пару будете брать, возможно тоже решите так заморачиваться)

    • Oleg Kuhr
      Oleg Kuhr

      Согласен на все 10000%. Я работаю с кожей. Но эти ребята просто монстры.

  • Dominan Kanan
    Dominan Kanan

    it explain me so well why the price is on that level because of this precious work, it’s a work of art by the way, thinking not bout the esthetic but also the function too, i can see how the designers put a lot of detail on how’s a pair of those shoes will be comfortably wore by the user, and the detail is so amazing, piece by piece was made by the hands of calm and patient man, i have a thought to make those one day, its seem fun to do in the future.

  • Allyson Mahabir
    Allyson Mahabir

    These shoe makers are awesome. We don't really appreciate the time and effort it takes to complete even one side. I thank uuu!

  • Velin
    Velin

    This video stopped me from doing my work for 37 minutes. Impressive handcraft and respect to the artists making the shoes. Thanks to the videographer for bringing such beautiful video into youtube.

    • Ekaterina S.
      Ekaterina S.

      And it was worth every second of these 37 minutes, wasn't it? I hope it has inspired you to carry on doing what you were doing with more love. We all have " our shoes" to make, doesn't matter what that is, we should appreciate we have the opportunity to do what we do and be so grateful for it, as so many people can't find a job. These artisans had found " their shoes" or "the shoes" have found them?! It would be so interesting to find out how they chose this craft? Is this a family business or have they stumbled across an advert " apprentices wanted"? I'll try to search the internet. 👞♥️

  • Galilea González
    Galilea González

    Qué trabajo más maravilloso. Felicitaciones y muchas gracias por mostrarnos algo tan bello como la confección de zapatos.

  • Michal Feigler
    Michal Feigler

    This is absolutely beautiful. The shoes, the craft, the patience and focus on the process. I am definitely getting a pair or two when I go to Tokyo

    • Anna B
      Anna B

      A pair of men's bespoke shoes, such as in this video, start around $3000, but can go much higher. They can also take approximately six months to make. Better start saving now! 😄

    • Dick Crosbie
      Dick Crosbie

      @sandeep mehta 20 years is conservative. I had the good fortune to buy two pairs of shoes made by Charles de Burgh of London, a black pair of Oxford style and a Toney Red pair very similar style to the shoes in this video. The black pair I have worn for over 30 years about 70% of my working time, which included a lot of walking in my business, which have much wear and tear but still completely serviceable and whole, and the toney red pair which are still as new for more specific leisure and less formal wear.

    • Joel Dantes Adriano
      Joel Dantes Adriano

      @與你彤行 Yes they are, cost between $2,000 to $6,000 at least.

    • sandeep mehta
      sandeep mehta

      When a decade back, I was recommended to buy a hand made Japanese shoes during my visit to Tokyo and i was given the price, I was like " WT " - Its expensive. I was promised 20 years daily wear full replacement warranty and i couldn't believe it for true. I did buy anyway and now after 10 years realized that it was every penny worth it. I have worn it so often and still its fits the way it did on the first day. The main reason is the high quality of material, The high quality of Glue and amazing craftsmanship. After a good shoe polish, it looks like it is brand new, The leather is so Good. It was my wise decision .

  • macondo 01
    macondo 01

    I have no idea how young these guys are, but it is refreshing to watch a video of young people with such a great commitment and craftsmanship. What a great video !

  • Lester Magnuson
    Lester Magnuson

    Nothing is as good as watching a tradesman execute his craft with skill and perfection

  • PBJ AND A HIGHFIVE
    PBJ AND A HIGHFIVE

    Checked the maker's website. Pairs range from around $2-3K. Sounds about right considering how much time, effort and expertise goes into each pair. Really great stuff. I hope they are doing well in business. They'd probably last nearly forever too if you take proper care of them.

  • d3vilman69
    d3vilman69

    "Handmade" is a word we take for granted when we look at products and usually we irked at the price since such products are usually much pricier than those than come out of production lines. It is only when we watch the entire handmade process, to see the sheer amount of dedication invested into creating the product, that we can truly appreciate why we have to pay the amount. It is just not for the labor. - It is for keeping the Art of handmade products alive so that the creator can pass down his/her legacy to younger generations.

  • Enzo Cosentino
    Enzo Cosentino

    Soy diseñador de calzado fino de medida, y desde hace muchos años no veía hacer un zapato "hilvanado" de la vieja escuela, este japonés me ha hecho recordar mis años de juventud. EXCELENTE TRABAJO, lo mejor que vi en mi vejez realizado por alguien que ama su oficio sin importarle cuantas horas tardará en hacerlo. Te felicito, mi respeto.👏

    • Yusuf Cam
      Yusuf Cam

      bende el sarac ustasiyim istanbul laleli

    • Guillermo Albarado
      Guillermo Albarado

      A mi también me puso nostálgico, en Argentina se llaman plantillados, se utilizaba cuero de becerro, se rellenada con corcho molido untado con pegamento y el hendido en la suela mojada se hacia con la trincheta, en el armado se utilizaba " clavos semillas" que el armador se ponía en la boca y las empujaba una por una con la lengua e igual se hacia con los clavos para los tacos, la ruedita que pasa en la vira, se llama "ruleta". Soy diseñador de calzado, aprendí todo el oficio del calzado, fueron 27 años, desde 1958 a 1985. En aquél entonces en Argentina se fabricaban zapatos así, como el del video. Era arte.

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    I watched the whole video. The sound of the music with the sound of fine crafted art had me lost in my mind (that's a good thing). Absolutely amazing!

  • Everter Rodrigues 🙏🏼
    Everter Rodrigues 🙏🏼

    Muito lindo parabéns jovem ❤️🫂

  • heidy rondon
    heidy rondon

    Cada paso es interesante,todo es milimétrico ,cero error 😏👏

  • Hosea Noel
    Hosea Noel

    I'm amazed by how he's doing it with such precision and passion

  • Glenn Wellington
    Glenn Wellington

    I worked in a shoe factory in the mid sixties and we always used a metal or wooden 'shank' for arch support. I worked at different positions over five years and even 'cobbled' rejects. I've always appreciated a well made shoe and the workmanship behind it.

    • Branch Covidian
      Branch Covidian

      Aren't really good ones today being made with shanks, still?

    • sueno profundo
      sueno profundo

      Yet we still wear shoes, and always will. This was craftsmanship - the basic principles of shoe construction must still be used - surely a basic appreciation of a shoe would be higher on peoples agenda. I am humbled by this guys dedication.

  • Carolina Rosales
    Carolina Rosales

    Todo el arte que hay detrás de un Oficio 👏🏼👏🏼

  • Ether
    Ether

    Fascinating hand crafting, thank you for sharing.

  • The Taz
    The Taz

    Your are a master craftsmen! Thank you so much for showing us how a shoe is made, especially by such a young dedicated Master Craftsmen!! I really enjoyed watching your attention to detail. I am sure I would enjoy owing and wearing a pair of shoes your hands and heart have made!!

  • Vladimir Shubin
    Vladimir Shubin

    Год наверно, у меня в рекомендациях! В жизни башмаками не интересовался. Пришлось посмотреть) Работа мастер всегда завораживает!