THE STORY OF GORO'S

THE LEGENDARY CRAFTSMAN

goro’s is a silver accessory brand founded by Goro Takahashi, the legendary Japanese craftsman of Native American style Jewellery.

Goro first learnt how to carve leather from an US occupation troop soldier during his teenage and opened his first shop in Aoyama, Tokyo in 1966 at the age of 27. He then moved to the USA to study silver carving from the Native Americans. He was given the title “Yellow Eagle”  by a Sioux tribesman.

After his return to Japan, Goro Takahashi moved his shop from Aoyama to Harajuku, also in Tokyo. He added this Native American style to his creative design sense, which elevated his jewellery to an even higher level.

Many celebrities around the world including Eric Clapton, G-DRAGON from Big Bang, Hong Kong actor and Singer Shawn Yue, and premier Japanese celebrities such as Takuya Kimura from SMAP, Anna Tsuchiya, TAKAHIRO from Exile are fans of goro’s.

Goro Takahashi left this world in December 2013 and goro’s products have become legendary and continue to fascinate people around the world.