Is it still possible to find a pair of quality aesthetic glasses for a reasonable price?

Our answer is yes!

In Japan.

Did you know that it was in 1962 in Japan that the Nike brand was born?

At this time, its founder Phill Knight (pictured on the right) was still a student when he decided to go and meet Japanese manufacturers with the aim of bringing the best sports shoe in the world back to the United States.
To the question “Why Japan?” Phill Knight already had the answer and history proved him right. Indeed, quality is always right.

Meeting with the Tenyou house in Ōfuna

In 2019, we visited Japan for the first time on an academic trip. It was a few months later that the meeting with the designers and manufacturers of Maison Tenyou marked the beginning of the adventure.

Together, we define the mission of the Eye of Tokyo: Share the Japanese vision by making quality glasses accessible.

All of our frames are made in limited quantities and then assembled by hand in Japan.

Here Augustin (co-founder) and Chi-san (Tenyou) present the first models.

Association with the Marc Le Bihan house in Paris

Once in France, our frames are transported to our Parisian workshop where all your orders are lovingly prepared by hand.

After creating the first solar collection in 2019, then the anti-blue light collection in 2020, we have teamed up with the famous optician Marc Le Bihan to allow you to adapt all our frames at your sight.

Here Maxence (Co-founder) and Jeremy Le Bihan (optical BUCI)


When most manufacturers choose between a "quality" or "inexpensive" label, Japanese companies are on the fence.
It is under the effect of local competition and Japanese cultural values that they are keen to respect both their products and their customers.

Impeccable Japanese Quality Control

Fair price

Unique designs