For thousands of years, Japan’s culture has been characterized by minimalism. Many traditions, such as garden architecture or the tea ceremony, originate from elements of Zen and give the country its unique character. The idea of simplicity and reduction is deeply rooted in the Japanese culture. Thus, Japanese have their very own philosophy of aesthetics. Based on the abandonment of unnecessary accessories, they create clarity and harmony. Spectacle frames from makellos. correspond to this ideal of beauty, unobtrusively beguiling with their simplicity. This approach is countered by the design of the sunglasses. It is influenced by the boisterously and globally trend-setting creativity of the young Tokyo subculture.