#703 kiku zutto

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#703 kiku zutto

140.00

100+ years ago, anonymous painter painted this pattern, and an artisan made it into a stencil. Sankatsu, a 100+ year old summer yukata kimono textile shop in Tokyo, still makes the textiles based on this stencil. 

Zutto means all the time, and for a long time.

This pants is made with similar principles to kimono making. It's based on rectangular parts and straight stitches. This way, the pants is easy to take it apart and make into something else, like jinbei! Inheriting lovable things is warashi-ko's core policy.

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one size
elastic on the back, strings on the front for adjustment

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