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常磐 Tokiwa

常磐 Tokiwa

Regular price ¥25,300 JPY
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The vibrant deep green is combined with fresh white flowers. The lining is a vivid orange. If you want to change things up, you can fold the tabi over to show the lining!

Tokiwairo is a deep green with a hint of brown, like the leaves of evergreen trees such as pine and cedar. It is also written as "Tokiwa-iro". "Tokiwa" means something that never changes, and is a color name that praises green and conveys wishes for longevity and prosperity.

"Tokiwa-iro" was favored in the Edo period as it was considered to be an auspicious color.

▶️You can choose the lining color

▶️You can choose the shape of the tabi socks (rounded or split toe)

In the case of round toes, the fabric used for the toes will be plain.

About the product

*The pattern may not appear exactly the same depending on where the fabric is used.

*All products are made in Japan.

*Three-hook type/You can remove the small hooks and fold it back to show the lining.

*Delivery will take 3-6 weeks.

Outer fabric: cotton

Lining: Cotton

Sole: Rubber

Manufacturing: Made in Japan

Size: Japanese size

22.0 to 29.0

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How to care for Toriko's Jikatabi socks

<Storage precautions>

Store in a well-ventilated place with low temperature and humidity. Tabi will naturally deteriorate even during storage. Deterioration will be accelerated in places with high temperature and humidity.

Please do not store the product inside a car during the summer, in direct sunlight, or in any other location that may become hot. This may cause deformation or deterioration.

If you plan to store the item for a long period of time, remove any dirt or moisture before storing it. If it is exposed to direct sunlight for a long period of time, the color of the outer fabric may change.

Due to the nature of synthetic rubber, white powder may appear on the surface of the sole of the tabi socks due to chemical reactions. Also, if the sole is left in direct sunlight for a long time or used for many years, the rubber may crack due to "ozone deterioration" (due to heat, humidity, mold, etc.) .

<Regular care>
Wipe off any dirt with a shoe brush or cloth before storing.
If the item is badly stained, hand wash it using a neutral or weak alkaline detergent (excluding those containing bleach) at the concentration indicated on the detergent label. Using bleach may cause discoloration or fading.
Rinse the detergent thoroughly, drain and wipe off excess water, reshape the shoes and dry them in a well-ventilated place in the shade. We recommend removing the insoles from the tabi and soaking them in water. When drying, remove them from the rack and dry them separately.