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Published on June 15th, 2023 | by Sounder Rajen


Gracshaw Launches Japan Edition Motorcycle Helmets For The Stylish Rider

Gracshaw offers six stunning design choices inspired by the land of the rising sun

Gracshaw, a proudly made-in-Malaysia motorcycle helmet brand under Double Site Marketing Sdn Bhd, has officially launched its Japan Edition motorcycle helmets and with six different and eye-catching designs to choose form, Malaysian motorcyclists are simply spoilt for choice with these helmets.


The stunning Japanese inspired edition of these Gracshaw helmets, comprising of six unique designs, namely the Kurita, Tsuru, Japop, Tengu, Oda and Karasu, were all showcased for the first time at the recent Terengganu Bike Week 2023 and received overwhelming response from biking enthusiasts.

Moreover, the Gracshaw Japan Edition is available as open face, double visor helmets of the popular Gracshaw Gennex model. The recommended retail price is RM420 and every helmet comes with an exclusive backpack (which looks and feels equally stunning) for protection and ease of carrying.


The Kurita (クリタ) takes design cues from a popular Japanese fable and highlights the giant octopus, one of the sea monsters sent to recover the sacred jewel stolen from the Palace of the Dragon King by a pearl diver, Princess Tamatori. Other design elements include the katana sword, pearl, waves and flowers.

The Tsuru 鶴 (つる) design features the red-crowned crane, one of the rarest in the world. In Japan, this crane is known as the tanchozuru and is said to live up to 1,000 years. Cranes are said to grant favours in return for acts of sacrifice, as in Tsuru no Ongaeshi (crane’s return of a favour).


On top of that, those who grew up with Japanese popular art will find the anime and manga-inspired Japop (ジャポップ) design appealing. The fun combination of traditional elements such as fish and animals with dinosaurs and the popular manga character Astro Boy is certain to make this a conversation piece.

Meanwhile, those who prefer a more mysterious theme would like the Tengu 天狗 (てんぐ) design. The main character is the Tengu, a mischievous supernatural being from Japanese folklore that is said to be able to control the wind. 

The Oda 織田 (おだ) design pays tribute to Nobunaga Oda, a fearless Japanese warlord from the Sengoku period. The head of the powerful Oda clan, he waged war against other feudal lords and managed to unify Japan in the 1560s and defeat an army 10 times the size of his own.

Lastly, the Karasu (カラス) design features weapons associated with ninjas such as the shuriken, kunai and kusarigama. Legendary ninja Hattori Hanzo who served the Tokugawa clan with distinction, was credited with saving the life of Tokugawa Ieyasu, a shogun who went on to rule a united Japan.

So what do you guys think? If these helmets tickle your fancy, then get one on the official Gracshaw online shop linked here.

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