Jeans Museum 2
A jeans museum that opened in 2014 with the theme of the history and technology of "domestic jeans."
The washing factory that was in operation in the 1970s has been renovated, and the machines from that time are on display.
Also, by exhibiting sewing machines and tools for making jeans,
you can experience how domestic jeans are made.
A domestic brand born in Kojima
In addition to displaying products from each era,
there are also plenty of exhibits such as nostalgic advertising posters from the 70's and 80's.
Jeans Museum 2
free entrance
Business hours / 9:30-17:00
Closed / Year-end and New Year holidays

Parking: 10 cars in front of Jeans Museum
30 cars in front of Betty's & Outlet store
1 wheelchair accessible parking space on the north side of the dog run
In Building 2, the "Domestic Jeans Hall" focuses on introducing the history of Japanese jeans, a brand that has its roots in Kojima, Kurashiki City.
On the walls, products from each era of three domestic brands originating in Kojima, BIG JOHN, BOBSON, and BETTY SMITH, are exhibited.
I would like to properly preserve the history of Japanese jeans by exhibiting and introducing the transitions of the three locally originated brands and the products of the time.
We are exhibiting equipment dedicated to the "washing process" that determines the expression and individuality of jeans.
A list summarizing the history of jeans in Japan is on display, allowing you to see at a glance the evolution of domestically produced jeans.