Made in Japan

Japanese Tradition

Out of tradition, Japanese manufacture implies a commitment with perfection, great quality, and attention to detail. Glasses are no exception. In the Fukui Prefecture, Japanese artisans have mastered this trade since the first glasses studios and factories opened in 1905. Over a century, the knowledge technique, design and mastership of profession have been shaped and passed down from generation to generation.

Gramo became involved with this ancestral legacy in order to ensure great quality and precision in the frames. This relationship follows a respectful, exploitation-free, and fair trade model that strengthens the bonds and cultural exchange between Mexico and Japan.