“Baseball Glove Regeneration Studio Re-Birth”, which promotes SDGs with baseball gloves, has opened four stores in Tokyo, Higashimurayama!

Global Porters Co., Ltd.
“Baseball Glove Regeneration Studio Re-Birth”, which promotes SDGs with baseball gloves, has opened four stores in Tokyo,
Higashimurayama!
[Baseball x SDGs] A future connected by recycling gloves

On November 12, 2022, Global Porters Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Ota-ku, Tokyo / Representative Director Tomohiro Yonezawaya) opened the “Re-Birth Higashimurayama Store,” which specializes in remanufacturing and remaking baseball gloves. increase. The Higashimurayama store will be the fourth store in Tokyo, following the Kamata store, Futako Tamagawa store, and Tama Nagayama store.
At the Higashimurayama store, in addition to repairs and remakes by Re-Birth glove masters, sale of recycled gloves, purchase and collection of used gloves, Re-Birth original gloves Rawlings Colored by Re-Birth are also available.
Baseball is popular in Higashimurayama City, neighboring
municipalities, Nishitokyo City, Koganei City, Kokubunji City, Musashimurayama City, and Niiza City in Saitama Prefecture, but there are few baseball goods stores. We will strive to support as many children and grass baseball players as possible by accelerating the regeneration of gloves and contributions to SDGs that have been promoted at the Kamata store, Futako Tamagawa store, Tamanagayama store and online services. increase.
■ Baseball glove market
In recent years, the baseball population has been declining, but there are about 5 million registered baseball players and unregistered grass baseball players, and it is said that about 1 million gloves are in circulation. Many gloves are made of high-quality natural leather (mainly cowhide), which we consider to be a valuable renewable resource. In addition, the price of new gloves is rising year by year due to rising raw material costs, rising labor costs in countries of origin, and the depreciation of the yen. I believe that this is an issue that the baseball industry should address.
The future “circular economy” created by the circulation of baseball gloves In this market environment, we collect used and dormant gloves before they are discarded, recycle them into high-quality, low-cost gloves with advanced processing technology, and connect them to future players. I would like to. By cultivating this circular economy as a new culture of the baseball industry, we will contribute to the increase in the baseball population and create a sustainable “future baseball world” that is friendly to the global environment.
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[Before and after reproduction gloves]
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■ Glove repair using regeneration technology
As the times change, the glove repair craftsmen who have supported local baseball players are aging, and the number of baseball specialty stores nationwide is on the decline. We utilize our glove recycling technology to ensure that you can use your favorite gloves for a long time. We also accept total replacement and overhaul. We believe that pursuing technology to repair gloves and continue to use them for a long time will lead to the realization of a sustainable baseball world and the achievement of the SDGs.
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■ “Mirai Challenge” with Re-Birth Ambassadors
Proceeds from Re-Birth are used to donate ball play goods to infant facilities, hold parent-child glove-making workshops and baseball classes, and operate the Glove Master Training School (Tokyo Baseball College). In addition to recycling gloves, we believe that increasing the baseball population and promoting the development of players and glove masters will create a sustainable baseball world.
[Re-Birth Ambassador Former SoftBank Hawks Tadashi Settsu]
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■ Baseball glove reproduction studio Re-Birth Higashimurayama store store overview
A 7-minute walk from Kumegawa Station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line, “Re-Birth Higashimurayama” will open on November 5th, right next to the Noguchibashi intersection. In addition to selling new gloves and high-quality, low-priced refurbished gloves (new/used/redesigned remade gloves, etc.), we are a new baseball glove specialty store that specializes in buying, remanufacturing, and remaking baseball gloves. Please feel free to contact us about anything related to gloves, such as glove hot water, molding, repair, maintenance, etc.
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[Open campaign 11/5-12/31]
1. Receive medals from the Kumegawa Bowl Batting Center when purchasing or remaking gloves in the store (up to 10)
2. Glove maintenance supplies or Z original fin back gifts for all visitors [Address] Suncorp Kumegawa 1F, 1-4-5 Honmachi, Higashimurayama, Tokyo 189-0014 [Access] A 7-minute walk from Kumegawa Station on the Seibu Shinjuku Line, right at the Noguchibashi crossing; 1 free parking lot available [Phone number] 042-306-2332
[E-mail address] info@re-birth.jp
[Closed] Tuesday/Thursday
[Business hours] 13:00-19:00
[Homepage] https://www.re-birth.jp/
[Online store] https://www.rebirth-online.com/
[Instagram] https://www.instagram.com/rebirth_tokyo/
[LINE] https://line.me/R/ti/p/%40624kckwv
[Media publication] https://www.re-birth.jp/company/media.html [Operating company] Global Porters Co., Ltd.
[Headquarters] 1-60-10 Kitasenzoku, Ota-ku, Tokyo
[Inquiries] Person in charge: Yonezawaya
[Phone number] 050-5242-9037
[E-mail] info1@global-porters.com
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000007.000072187.html


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