Wednesday, 12 September 2012

More Japanese beauties - Master Daizo Emori

Master Daizo Emori Japanese bespoke shoemaker has made a rendition of a semi brogue cap toe with medallion, on a square chisel toe last. This shoe resembles some older bespoke W. S. Foster and G. J. Cleverley made shoes, not to forget Master shoe designer and shoemaker N. Tuzcek and Eric Cook. I suppose the inspiration for this shoe is from the afore named bespoke shoe masters and houses.

I like the shoe because the lines, decoration and perforations are well balanced and the dark brown colour shows the attention to small details.

Master Emori himself in working attire.
 The semi brogue oxford with cap toe with a medallion
Side views of the shoe
The back of the shoe
The sole of the shoe
Upper view of the shoe
Client fitting, probably final stage of the fitting process.
Photos sourced from the En grande pompe forum


  1. thank you its really great shoes, looking so nice and beautiful shining, styles

  2. Hi Nabila,

    Thanks for the comments, hope you enjoyed the pictures.

    The Shoe Aristo Cat