The first limited edition brass series from Traveler's Company pays homage to the production facilities in Japan. In many factories, machines and shelving systems are made in a certain green colour. A colour that changes hue and picks up scratches and dents over the years. So why was green such a recurring colour in manufacturing? This colour was used for floors, doors and shelves because it is easy on the eye and evokes a sense of security that is calming.
TRAVELER'S COMPANY consists of TRAVELER'S notebook, BRASS PRODUCTS, SPIRAL RING NOTEBOOK and other related products. They also own and operate the TRAVELER'S FACTORY shop.
TRAVELER'S notebook was released in 2006 with five different types of refills. A portable passport size was released in 2009. BRASS PRODUCTS and SPIRAL RING NOTEBOOK were launched in 2010 as part of the TRAVELER'S notebook enterprise.
In 2011, TRAVELER'S FACTORY was opened as a basement of TRAVELER'S notebook in Nakameguro, Tokyo. TRAVELER'S FACTORY AIRPORT opened at Narita International Airpot in 2014, and TRAVELER'S FACTORY STATION opened at Tokyo Railway Station in 2017, and TRAVELER'S FACTORY KYOTO opened at ShinPuhKan in Kyoto.
All these products share the theme of travel taking place in daily life. To follow and enrich this theme, in 2015 you changed the brand name from "MIDORI" to "TRAVELER'S COMPANY" . Through this change and the notebook you are making, you want to propose a journey where one can express oneself freely.