Wolfman Barber Shop was founded by Takeshi Sohara in Tokyo and prides itself on being the real deal. From vintage paraphernalia to 1930s barber chairs and an old-school cash register, Wolfman is for those who are looking for an authentic experience, not just a haircut. Mixing classic American style and Japanese techniques, the shop has three locations in Tokyo and caters to an international clientele, so you don’t have to look like a 50’s hot rodder to get a trim (but it helps).
As you can imagine, Sohara’s enthusiasm has given birth to a range of in-house products, so you can get the Wolfman look at home or on your travels. With packaging designed by Glad Hand & Co. and all product made in Japan, this isn’t your average pomade. The Wolfman Pomade is water-based and vanilla-scented, it’s soft to apply and pliable to re-style, whilst still offering a solid hold throughout the day. Giving a classic slick, gleaming appearance, this is everything a pomade should be.
Available for $31 at Sonder Supplies.