Origin of EDWARD’S

   Speaking of Edwards in Britain, the public is so famous that it refers to Edward VII. Although his tenure was relatively short, ten years, his extensive experience not only left a significant mark on British diplomacy, but also had a significant impact on social circles at the time.

   He monopolized the popularity of official social circles under the King of Edwards name, but also showed interest in dress and created a fashion epoch. More than anything else, the social outfits of those days were still missed by Edwardians.

   There is another one who made a fuss with Dandy, which is the best in Britain. Edward VIII, the grandson of Edward VII, is that person. At the same time he reigned during the Crown Prince, he created a number of male modes. One of the typical ways to tie a tie is called Windsor Knot, which is also one of the original ideas of Dandy.

   The name ''EDWARD’S'' , a pronoun meaning ''Edward'S's'' or ''Edward’s'', which is closely related to men's fashion, symbolized our fashion policy and decided on the company name.

About us

NameEDWARD’S Co., Inc.
PresidentSatou Kouji
EstablishmentMay 1963
Capital¥50,000,000
Business descriptionMen's clothing sales at department stores nationwide
Main bankMitsubishi UFJ Bank Nishi-Shinsaibashi Branch
Head office location〒550-0005
Interlinks Nishihonmachi Building 2-41 Nishihonmachi, Nishi-ku, Osaka-shi
TEL06-6538-0291 (charge: Araki)
MAILinfo@edwards1963.co.jp

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