nana-nana

nana-nana

Founded in 2007 by Hisato Takenouchi in Tokyo.

From the beginning of its establishment, nana-nana mainly focused on collaboration with well-known artists and brands to produce accessories.
Since the re-start of its original label in 2017,
nana-nana produced items with friends and designers from all over the world. nana-nana is characterized as an industrial design focused on bags and mobile goods.
Currently, it's based out of both Tokyo and Los Angeles.

RIKE

Branching out beyond the fashion realm, nana-nana founder Hisato Takenouchi has opened an onigiri restaurant in Los Angeles. RIKE looks to push people to experience the real taste of rice through the traditional Japanese rice ball dish. Located in the downtown area of the city, “RIKE” is a portmanteau of “RICE” and “LIKE” which perfectly expresses the concept of the restaurant.

The interior design and audio styling of the restaurant was handled by the artistic director of GR8, KIRI, while the playful RIKE logo is said to have been designed by Japanese streetwear icon SK8THING. Art displayed on the walls come courtesy of Cali Thornhill Dewitt and Seiji Nagai, founder of iconic Harajuku vintage store DEPT. The artful experience is continued on the tableware from X RATED TABLEWEAR which features prints from French artist So ME.

Don't miss it out when in LA
RIKE 228 East 1st STREET
Los Angeles, CA 90012
USA

Retailers.

GR8, Hypebeast, I.T, Selfridges, Bodega & More

nana-nana Official Website nananana-intl.com

IG: nana-nana