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Skeleton love. Make it dance with this Gasha dokuro motif tabi socks. This famous Ukiyoe print is from a Yomihon called "Souma no furudairi" or Takiyasha the Witch and the Skeleton Spectre. It is created by Utagawa Kuniyoshi around 1840. Gashadokuro means "starving skeleton" and it is a mythical creature in Japanese mythology.
These high-quality Japanese socks are made by artisans from the Kanagawa prefecture. Our toes are confined all day long in tight shoes, causing improper blood circulation and foot odor. Our Tabi socks separate the big toe from the others, which gives you an enhanced level of comfort.
Tabi socks are also very practical and comfortable as home shoes if you’re more of an indoor person. Also, it is easy and cute to pair it with your slippers in the summer.
-Yellow : Size 36-39 (JP 23-25cm / US 5.5-8.5 (W) US 4-7 (M) / UK 3-6)/ Length: approx 5.7 inches
-Gray : Size 40-44 (JP 25-28cm / US 8.5-11 (W) US 7-10 (M) / UK 6.5-9.5) / Length: approx 7.28 inches
*(M) = Men, (W) = Women
■Materials: 40% Cotton, 20% Acryl, 20% Polyester, 10% Nylon, 10% Polyurethane
●Wash in water.
●Use Neutral detergent.
●Do not use Chlorine Bleach.
●Tumble dry gentle.
🌷Each order comes wrapped nicely, and perfect for any gift♡
🌷All orders will ship within ONE week of your payment. Let us know if this is a gift and we will happily add a special message if you want.
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