A young Japanese entrepreneur who had observed various social issues in Mongolia such as economic disparity, air pollution and a lack of work opportunities, launched a leather brand in a country with few industries. Domestic manufacture using local materials is now creating jobs and it's attracting attention on an EC site in Japan. The program introduces the challenges being faced by young Japanese and Mongolians striving to create a new era through manufacturing high-quality leather bags.
Soderdene Ravjaa, a Mongolian who empathized with Toda's idea
Kawata Daiki, who empathized with Toda's idea and runs the workshop