Five-pocket jeans by Big Fight, a Japanese brand of Two-Three Clothing. According to "History of Japanese Jeans" (Nihon Sen-i Shinbunsha), this brand was manufactured in the Bingo/Bitchu area (p. 53). I don't know the exact date of manufacture, but it seems to have been around the 1970s. Many of the denim made in Japan in those days were made in the United States and advertised as being made in the United States, but there is no indication on the flasher of the fabric used in the denim shown here, so it is possible that the denim shown here was made in Japan. The jeans shown here may be made in Japan. The overall impression is that they are very seriously made straight jeans, including the fabric. Many Japanese jeans at that time used thicker threads for sewing, but these jeans have no such feature.
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