1868, the first japanese immigrants went over sea and landed in Hawaii. Back then japanese were mainly wearing kimono so those who immigrate to Hawaii had to use locally sourced materials to create work clothes. After a while, numbers of immigrants increased and demand of work clothes also increased so not only the tailors but mainstream brands started to manufacture work clothes as well. One of the mainstream brands that joined their work clothes boom was “UNION SUPPLY” established in 1922. They were a hawaian clothing brand that had huge share in the industry in Hawaii. Now they are reprinted by Toyo enterprise with the original name.