Cool and comfortable with tatami, look Japanese style only with these sandals.
Tatami setta sandals with a stand made of tatami mat material that is comfortable to wear even when sweating.
The simple color scheme makes them easy to match, and they can be worn not only with kimono(yukata) but also with daily fashions as sandals.
[Features of IGUSA (rush grass)]
Tatami of setta sandals are made of grass called igusa.
Heat does not accumulate on the soles of the feet, and the feet are comfortable even when sweating.
The outer skin is always smooth and feels pleasantly cool to the touch.
*Explanation of heat insulation effect:
Air has a property of not transferring heat easily. Igusa used for Tatami are spongy and contain a lot of air. Therefore, this feature provides excellent heat insulation and heat retention, creating a comfortable life that is warm in winter and cool in summer.
They can be enjoyed not only in summer but all year round.
[The Making of Setta sandals]
Each pair is carefully made by craftsmen down to the smallest detail.
You can enjoy Japanese culture easily.
-Firmly supprots the feet
-Made in Japan
Place of Origin：Japan
[Hanao thong] Cotton,Polyester
■Size (actual size)
Length 28 cm 11”X Width 10.5 cm 4.1”
*Guideline for applicable size*
27.0cm 10.6"-27.5cm 10.8"
■Occasions to Wear
Not only for kimonos (yukata), but also for daily fashions, Japanese style can be incorporated.
You cannot choose the pattern of the indigo-dyed or inden hanao(thong).
Please understand that we deliver them randomly.
Please refrain from using them in the rain, as they are made of Igusa, a natural material.
Take advantage of this opportunity to experience the goodness of Tatami.
No.1 White & Navy Asanoha Pattern
No.2 Dark Navy & Beige Seigaiha Wave Pattern
No.3 Khaki Green & Black Itimasu Check Pattern
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