6 Sweet-Looking Fashion Items From Japan That You Need To Check Out

6 Sweet-Looking Fashion Items From Japan That You Need To Check Out
Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Known for their cutting-edge trends, Japanese fashion is highly diversified. Apart from the modern fashion seen on the streets of Tokyo, you can still find traditional fashion items that are greatly influenced by their history.

Explore the traditional and new fashion that EVERYTHING FROM. JP has put together exclusively for Sample Store members!

1. Crane Ear-Rings



Paper crane is a Japanese icon, and now you can wear them! This beautiful, intricate paper origami crane earrings are made using traditional Japanese paper, Mino Washi. Made purely from kozo plant and is carefully processed using traditional tools and methods, Mino Washi thinness and toughness can be ranked in the highest quality among other traditional Japanese paper. Despite being made of paper, the earrings are of high quality and durable for daily wear whether rain or shine!

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2. Kinokoto Silk and Charcoal Leg Warmers



Kinokoto Silk and Charcoal Leg Warmers is a winter wardrobe essential that features natural silk in the inner layer and cotton on the surface. The material used is breathable, stretchy and durable. Ceramic charcoal (produced in Shizuoka) is applied to the silk surface so that it traps the body heat inside to keep your leg warm. Apart from being functional, the leg warmers can compliment your overall look. They are easy to coordinate with your outfits. It can be long enough to be thigh high socks to accessorise your favourite spring fall looks or you can fold them over to become knee socks. If you’re traveling to any cold countries, this is an item that you shouldn’t miss!

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3. [hatsutoki] Double-Faced Shawl



Spruce up your outfit with [hatsutoki] Double-Faced Shawl! Apart from keeping you warm, shawls can be a timeless staple in your closet that allows you to bring out different styles of your overall appearance. Made from 100% premium cotton from Egypt and woven by master weavers in the Banshu-ori production region of Hyogo Prefecture, the [hatsutoki] Double-Faced Shawl is a soft and lightweight shawl that has overlapping coloured threads, double-faced fabric with appealing smooth texture. If you don’t own a shawl, its time to get one! Your mind will be blown by how much more stylish and complete your outfit can look with just an addition of a shawl.

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4. Sakura Deep Pink & White Clip-On Earrings



No ear piercing? No problem! Sakura Deep Pink & White Clip-On Earrings is a perfect alternative that allows ladies without piercing or have sensitive ears to still show off their looks and keep their ears comfortable. These earrings are a tribute to the eternal Japanese icon - the cherry blossom.  Cherry blossoms symbolise spring, and in that spirit, the sakura earrings stand for a fresh, cheerful style. This unique, one of a kind design earrings are made using Tottori prefecture’s Inshu washi paper, the first washi paper that was certified as Japan’s official traditional crafts, this high quality paper is known to be sturdy as well as beautiful. Add a dose of sweetness and grace to your appearance with these dainty earrings.

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5. Mizuhiki Earrings Awaji Ball



Mizuhiki is Japanese traditional ribbons that are made from a special cord. Commonly used for decorating celebratory gift envelopes for wedding or birthday, the beautiful decoration represents that the gift-giver wholeheartedly care about the gift-receiver.  A modern use for Mizuhiki is to create accessories. The Mizuhiki Earrings uses the traditional Mizuhiki artwork with a basic knot that is known as the Awaji knot. The Awaji knot has a meaningful meaning of connecting people. Perfect for everyday use, these earrings make a great gift for people whom you love.

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6. Awaji Ball Mizuhiki Neckless



Similar to the Mizuhiki Earrings which brings good luck to wearer, the Awaji Ball Mizuhiki Necklace is an alternative accessory for those who don’t have any ear piercing. As seen on earrings, necklaces and other accessories, it is evident that Mizuhiki plays an important role in Japanese culture as a symbol of warmth, affection and togetherness. This neckless will be a nice accessory for special occasions and it a perfect gift for your loved ones.

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